BREITLING SUPEROCEAN 44 SPECIAL REF. M1739313.BE92.227S.M20SS.1 BLACK STEEL DIVER PRO 100ATM

THE OCEAN PILOT
With its sturdy steel case water-resistant to 1,000 m (3,300 ft), its ultra-legible dial and its high-tech ultra-hard scratch-resistant ceramic rotating bezel, this special series features all the distinctive characteristics of an authentic professional diving watch. The steel version interprets its eminently technical, original and masculine style in black or blue. The Blacksteel version asserts itself as an authentic "seagoing pilot", with a black and white look guaranteeing excellent legibility. These divers' models with their steely temperament are equipped with an officially chronometer-certified selfwinding movement.
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4730 EUR
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model:44 SPECIAL REF. M1739313.BE92.227S.M20SS.1 BLACK STEEL DIVER PRO 100ATM
brand:BREITLING
colleciton:SUPEROCEAN
Gender:male
movement:mechanical automatic (self winding) - Swiss made
case:stainless steel PVD (IP) black
dial:black
Glass:domed double anti-reflective (AR) sapphire crystal
Chain/Strap:natural rubber strap
case back:screwed solid stainless steel
diameter:44 mm without crown
Water resistance:100 ATM
warranty:24 months, stamped warranty card, all papers and certificates included
description:

MOVEMENT
Caliber Breitling 17
Movement Selfwinding mechanical
Power reserve min. 40 hours
Vibration 28,800 v.p.h
Jewel 25 jewels
Calendar Dial aperture


CASE
Case Black steel with ceramic bezel
Back Screwed in
Water resistance 1,000 m (3,300 ft)
Bezel Unidirectional, ratcheted
Crown Screw-locked, two gaskets
Crystal Cambered sapphire, glareproofed both sides


DIMENSIONS
Diameter 44.00 mm
Thickness 14.20 mm
Weight (without strap) 116.67 gr.


STRAP
Strap Ocean Racer or Diver Pro
Interhorn width 22/20 mm

functions:

center hours, minutes, seconds, date in aperture at 3 o'clock, certified chronometer self-winding movement

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