Breitling has unveiled a new collection under its Superocean range, originally launched in 1957. The range comprises of five pieces — The Superocean 48, The Superocean 46, The Superocean 44, The Superocean 42 and The Superocean 36.
The Superocean 48 features DLC-coated titanium case and blue ceramic bezel. The watch is water-resistant up to 30 bar.
The Superocean 46 offers either a black or blue dial and a matching Diver Pro III rubber strap with a pin buckle or folding clasp. It is water resistant up to 200 bar.
The Superocean 44 is available in either a black or blue dial and a choice of a matching Diver Pro II rubber strap or a stainless steel bracelet. The timepiece has water resistance up to 100 bar.
The Superocean 42 has a Diver Pro II rubber strap or on a stainless-steel bracelet and a ratcheted unidirectional bezel, and is water-resistant up to 50 bar.
The Superocean 36 is presented with a choice of light blue or white dial and a matching Diver Pro II rubber strap or a stylish stainless-steel bracelet. The Superocean 36 is water-resistant up to 20 bar.
The new Superocean collection is powered by Breitling calibre 17, offering a power reserve of up to 38 hours. All the watches come with luminescent Super-LumiNova numerals, indexes, and hands, ensuring good readability.
Georges Kern, Chief Executive Officer, Breitling said, “Our Surfers Squad and our partnerships with Outerknown and Ocean Conservancy speak volumes about our affection for the seas. With the new Superocean Collection, we have created watches for people who want to explore the oceans, whether they are active in water sports or in clean-up initiatives. And, of course, they will excite any fan of Breitling’s design values.”