The Breitling Chronoliner is now available in a new version teaming its high-tech ceramic bezel with a black steel case, along with a matching dial and rubber strap.
After the steel model and the red gold limited series, Breitling now introduces this triple timezone chronograph, inspired by a watch from the 1950s-1960s, in an all black new livery accentuating its original and timeless style. The steel case is coated with a high-resistance carbon-based treatment. Its satin-brushed surfaces create a subtle contrast with the shiny, ultra-hard and scratch-resistant ceramic bezel. The dark touch continues on the dial featuring tone-on-tone counters, as well as on the original rubber strap picking up the design of the steel mesh Aero Classic bracelets.
Available now, the watch is priced at £6,600 on a black steel bracelet and £6,300 for the rubber strap.
Breitling Caliber 24, officially chronometer-certified by the COSC, self-winding, high-frequency (28,800 vibrations per hour), 25 jewels
1/4th of a second chronograph, 30-minute and 12-hour totalizers
2nd time-zone in 24-hour mode on the dial
3rd time-zone on the bezel
Case, dial and strap
Black steel with ceramic bezel
Water-resistant to 100 m (330 ft)
Bidirectional rotating bezel
Cambered sapphire crystal, glare-proofed on both sides
Diameter: 46 mm
Strap: Rubber Aero Classic