Chronomatic Series - Chrono-Matic SE
In 1969, Breitling created the first selfwinding chronograph movement, the Caliber 11, a mechanism in which the spring is wound by means of an off-centered oscillating weight. This invention would enable the development of a whole range of chronographs named Chrono-Matic, recognizable thanks to their left-placed crown, a specific feature due to the modular construction of the movement.
Now, Breitling has revived the Chrono-Matic. Movement is the automatic Breitling caliber 41LC (Left Crown) with 38 jewels, beating at 28,800 bph and COSC-certified as a chronometer.
This Chrono-matic was limited to 1000 peices.
|Case Materials Available:||Steel|
|Power Reserve:||42 Hours|
Chronograph, Left Crown