Transocean Chronograph 1915 Stainless Steel White Dial
Among Breitling's esteemed collections is the iconic Breitling Transocean line, which was introduced during the 1950s, inspired by the golden age of travel and exploration. The ...
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Timing results are measured with a Witschi Chronoscope X-1 timing machine in 5 positions as per industry standards.
Founded in 1884 by Léon Breitling, Breitling’s early days were marked by innovation linked to the world of precision chronographs - a product offering we still associate with the brand today. The namesake founder pioneered the pulsograph (an invention used by doctors to measure a patient’s pulse) in addition to chronographs accurate to within two-fifths of a second.
Gaston, the son’s founder, continued to innovate in the field of chronograph wristwatches: among the first Swiss watchmakers to design an independent start/stop pusher and incorporate the “reset-to-zero” function.
Following in his family’s footsteps, Willy Breitling - who steered the company through the chaos of WWII - redeveloped his grandfather’s logarithmic slide rule for usage in wristwatches. Breaking with convention, he introduced the “Premier” collection: stylish chronographs in a choice of metals intended for “non-professional” use.
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