Step Into The Spotlight - The New Breitling Chronomat For Women

Step Into The Spotlight - The New Breitling Chronomat For Women Step Into The Spotlight - The New Breitling Chronomat For Women

Step Into The Spotlight - The New Breitling Chronomat For Women

Easily taking its wearer from business meeting to the beach - and everywhere in between, the new Breitling Chronomat 36 and 32 series watch collection is the first-ever Breitling Chronomat designed especially for women. Sporty yet elegant, this modern-retro-inspired watch symbolises competence and effortless style, whilst being suitable for any mission, and while its roots are in the 1980s, this forward-looking timepiece is dedicated to the innovative women of today who are reshaping attitudes and challenging stereotypes, wherever they go.

Everyday Luxury in Two Sizes & Many Faces

In terms of finish, the new Breitling Chronomat timepieces are extremely diverse. With a choice of sizes (36mm Automatic and 32mm SuperQuartz™, the watches are available in an array of metal cases: cool stainless steel; goes-with-everything bi-colour; or luxe 18k red gold whilst women craving extra sparkle can opt for diamond-set bezels and indexes.

Powered by a Breitling Calibre 10 automatic movement, with a power reserve of approximately 42 hours, there are ten versions of the Breitling Chronomat 36 to choose from - with special lacquered dials in white, pale green, midnight blue or copper - all of which feature the iconic Rouleaux bracelet with butterfly clasp.

Running on a Breitling Calibre 77 SuperQuartz™ movement, with a battery life of three to four years, the Breitling Chronomat 32 is available in seven versions, with white or midnight blue dials.

Like all Breitling watches, the Breitling Chronomat for women range are COSC-certified - an independent confirmation of their Swiss precision. 

A Nod to Tradition

Since the 1940s, Breitling has created a variety of dedicates women's models. Introduced in 1957, the delicate ladies TransOcean, was known as the 'most wonderful expression of Breitling precision'. Making a bold statement with a hexagonal face, the Lady J was introduced in 1990, followed by the Galactic in 2010 which brought a 'blend of refined luxury and uncompromising technical sophistication'. More recently, the iconic Navitimer 35 and 38 and the sporty Superocean 36 where added to the Breitling women's watch collection.

The original Chronomat, launched in 1984, helped signal a rebirth of the Swiss watch industry, and it has inspired many more timepieces over the past four decades - including women's models. Today, the modern-retro watches on the Breitling Chronomat 36 and 32 collection shines the spotlight on confident and versatile women.

To discover more about the new Breitling Chronomat women's watch collection, visit our The Beacon, Eastbourne store.


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