1884. In St. Imier in the Swiss Jura, Léon Breitling founds his workshop and specializes in the production of chronographs and counters. A milestone in the history of Breitling is the patenting of the second independent pusher dedicated to zeroing. Breitling has taken on an ambitious challenge and has all the factories - mechanical and quartz tested by the extremely strict Official Swiss Chronometer Control (COSC), the highest independent authority in terms of precision and reliability. In order to guarantee their independence in the long term and to be able to fully implement their quality expectations, Breitling presents in 2009 its first caliber designed and manufactured entirely in its own workshops.

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For 70 years, the Breitling Navitimer has been one of the most popular mechanical chronographs in the world. The Navitimer family is now introducing this watchmaking legend to a whole new generation.

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The SuperOcean is the quintessence of the classic diving watch. It was created by Breitling in 1957 to equip professional and military divers, but immediately found a following among recreational divers and watch enthusiasts.

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In the 1940s, Breitling launched the original Premiers, watches dedicated to everyday elegance. Now, the new Premier collection introduces models whose elegance is worthy of their historic name and whose quality, performance, and design DNA are pure Breitling!

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Breitling's universal sports watch for every endeavor: be it at home, on the red carpet or at the beach. Launched in 1984, the Chronomat celebrated Breitling's centenary in style while also marking the return of the mechanical chronograph. Almost 40 years later, the Chronomat appeals to men and women who value determination, action and style.

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Designed for jet pilots, the Avenger is a watch that can take on the toughest cockpit conditions and never be beaten. But you don't need to be in the Air Force to appreciate their bold design, exceptional durability and superior functionality.

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Classic Avi

"This collection embodies the nostalgic feeling for the early days of aviation, when pilots still used their watches as on-board instruments," explains Georges Kern, CEO of Breitling. "But you don't have to be a pilot or a fan of classic aircraft to appreciate the exceptional craftsmanship and robust design of these timepieces."

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One of Breitling's earliest and most enduring mottos was "Instruments for Professionals". That still applies today. The watches of the Professional family are equipped with features that make them the perfect partner for every adventurer.

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Launched in the 1960s, the Top Time quickly became a symbol of self-expression for a new, dynamic generation thanks to its elegant and unconventional dial design. The Top Time was never just a timepiece - it was aimed at people who wanted to make the most of their time, explore the world in their own way and at their own pace.

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