Breitling’s Transocean Chronograph 1915: Reinterpreting A Century-Old Legacy

 |  March 16th, 2015

Since 1884 Breitling has been creating technical timepieces based on performance and precision. In 1915 the brand created the world’s first independent chronograph with the pushpiece at 2 o’clock. In celebration of this landmark occasion, Breitling has released its Transocean Chronograph 1915 mimicking the very essence of its version which graced our presence 100 years ago. The Transocean Chronograph 1915 is equipped with the in-house Caliber B14, a hand-wound mechanical movement complete with 33 jewels and a 70-hour power reserve. Additionally, it has an official chronometer certified by the Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC) as well as its patented chronograph with 1/4th of a second measurement. Its limited edition 43mm steel casing is watertight up to 100 meters and…

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