Bre­itling Chrono­liner Watch

THE MAN Magazine Cambodia - - 360 Watches -

The Bre­itling Chrono­liner is wa­ter re­sis­tant to 100 me­ters and fit­ted with an AR-coated sap­phire crys­tal. In­side the watch is the Bre­itling cal­i­bre 24, which is a Swiss ETA Valjoux 7754. This is a Valjoux 7750 au­to­matic chrono­graph with a GMT hand. Op­er­at­ing at 4Hz, the 7754 has about two days of power re­serve. The move­ments in the Bre­itling Chrono­liner watches are fur­ther all COSC Chronome­ter cer­ti­fied. The move­ment of­fers the time with a 12-hour chrono­graph and the date. I am ac­tu­ally happy to see that Bre­itling chose to use an ETA move­ment for the Bre­itling Chrono­liner ver­sus one of their in-house made move­ments. Not that their in-house move­ments are bad - but rather that they make for a very ex­pen­sive watch. In ad­di­tion to their $8,000 plus watches, I think Bre­itling needs more op­tions in the $4,000 - $6,000 range - which is hope­fully where the 2015 Bre­itling Chrono­liner is go­ing to be priced.

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