Steelfish – this is the right name for the Swiss made watch, which is designed to explore the deep waters. Everything in this watch is designed so as to allow the comfortable use in the toughest conditions
The chronograph functions and generally everything what is presented at the dial, seems to be very legible. Hour markers and hands coming with the luminescent coating, contrasting chronograph subdials and a big date display in the aperture. Those all things build the real instrument, which can be used by professionals.
Durable and pretty chunky case with a diameter of 44mm, covered with the thick layer of the sapphire crystal and a rotating bezel let you to keep the watch at depths up to 500 meters without any harms. This superocean model is perfectly designed for deep-sea exploring. A diving scale on the bezel matches really well to the volcano black dial. The watch is working by the Calibre 13 movement with the COSC-certification. It is the self-winding mechanical movement operating at 28,800 vph. The movement provides a power reserve, which is about 42 hours, when fully wound.
The Calibre 13 brings to life functions such as hours, minutes seconds and chronograph presented at the three subdials – small seconds at 9 o’clock, 30-minute indicator at 12 o’clock and the 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock. It also has a date and day of the week display at 3 o’clock in the aperture.
Breitling Superocean Steelfish Chronograph is available with black, blue and silver dial, which allows a clear reading of all functions of this watch, with a quite large hour markers in the form of arabic numerals and a hands covered with the glowing in the dark substance.
The watch costs 5,780 CHF