Adventurers will love the new Breitling SUPEROCEAN HÉRITAGE II, which was launched to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the legendary SUPEROCEAN diving watch.
Breitling’s legendary Superocean diving watch is 60 years old this year-to commemorate this moment, the Swiss brand launched a new Superocean Héritage II.
When the Superocean was first released in 1957, diving was all the rage, meeting the needs of enthusiasts who suddenly needed a reliable watch that can measure time underwater.
As the first dive watch ever to be water-resistant to 200 meters, Superocean is a breakthrough in the watchmaking industry. Its “panoramic” rotating bezel further enables accurate calculation of diving time, thereby minimizing the risk of any underwater accidents.
This year, Breitling fake reimagined the Superocean on the 60th anniversary of Superocean, and the result was the eye-catching Superocean Héritage II. The new design retains many features of its predecessor, with unusually shaped hands (triangular hour hands and diamond minute hands), clever cone markings and the original Superocean logo on the dial.
With the emergence of new models, new technological innovations will follow-this is our expectation for this pioneering brand. The modern explorer’s development list includes a unidirectional rotating bezel equipped with a 120-tooth system for smooth rotation and precise adjustment. Now it also uses high-tech ceramics, the bezel is scratch-resistant and shock-resistant. Like the original model, the case is water-resistant to 200 meters, and the screw-in crown is now updated to protect the watch from extreme conditions and impact.
Superocean Héritage II is available in chronograph and non-chronograph versions. We are loyal fans of the Superocean Héritage Chronographe 46, which is equipped with a self-winding chronograph movement, certified by the COSC (Swiss Official Astronomical Observatory Testing and Research Institute) astronomical observatory, and available in volcanic black, sailor blue or bronze head bronze dial.
If you are looking for something simpler, the non-chrono version is available in two case sizes-42 mm and 46 mm-with a choice of volcanic black, gun blue, stratigraphic silver or bronze bronze dials. The new COSC-certified Calibre B20 with internal scale, derived from Tudor’s MT5612 movement, has a huge power reserve of 70 hours. Earlier this year, Breitling and Tudor announced this collaboration at the Basel International Watch and Jewellery Show-these two Swiss brands are pooling their expertise in development and production.
All models are available with leather, crocodile leather or rubber straps, as well as steel mesh “Ocean Classic” bracelet options. swiss watches prices