Breitling Avenger II Seawolf Blacksteel

Breitling Avenger II Seawolf Blacksteel

3000 meters under the sea

Water-resistant to the fabulous depth of 3,000 m (10,000 ft), the Avenger II Seawolf by Breitling combines performance and exclusivity in a 1,000-piece limited series with a black steel case and yellow dial. The new face of prowess.

While most Breitling watches are born to fly, the brand is also reputed among professionals for its instruments designed to conquer great depths, such as the Avenger II Seawolf. Water-resistant to 3,000 m (10,000 ft), this exceptional model flaunts all the distinctive characteristics one would expect from a champion of the abyss. An ultra-sturdy 45 mm-diameter case with a decompression valve serving to balance out pressure differences inside and outside the watch.

A unidirectional rotating bezel to calculate dive times, fitted with four rider tabs to facilitate handling even with gloves. A double-gasket screw-locked crown with protective reinforcements and non-slip grip. Luminescent-coated oversized hands and hour-markers. A thick cambered sapphire crystal glareproofed on both sides.

For those wishing to reconcile adventure and style, Breitling now offers this professional super-diver model in a 1,000-piece limited edition distinguished by an original, technical and powerful look.

The satin-brushed steel case and the engraved bezel feature an ultra-resistant carbon-based black coating. The dial strikes a strong and bold contrast with its unusual yellow color. In addition to the black rubber strap, the Avenger II Seawolf Blacksteel is also available with an ultra-sturdy high-tech fabric Military-type strap, or a version combining a Military exterior with a rubber core.

At the heart of this deep-sea Breitling beats a mechanical selfwinding heart chronometer-certified by the COSC (Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute), a supreme token of reliability and precision. Exactly what it takes to experience thrilling times in complete safety at 3,000 meters under the sea.

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