The Breitling Superocean Chronograph Steelfish is, as the name suggests, another one of the Swiss company’s dive-style watches.
There’s more to it than the name, though. The timepiece comes with a ratcheting bezel, a feature usually found on watches intended for diving. There’s also the fact that the numbers on the bezel are embedded with rubber and the 500m WR indication under the day and date windows. The screw down crown, locking chrono pushers, and a thick sapphire crystal all make sure the timepiece is water resistant to that depth, while the high-contrast black-and-white dial ensures the time should be readable even underwater.
The Superocean Chronograph Steelfish features an automatic movement called Caliber 13 that is, like all Breitling movements, COSC-certified. It comes in a 44mm stainless steel case, while the dial will be available in black, blue, and silver. The price for the bracelet versions set at $6,250, while the other three rubber strap models will be available for prices rangin from $5,750 to $6,050.