Breitling Chronomat Dials
The Breitling Chronomat is famous for its complicated chronograph dials. The earliest Cheap Breitling Chronomat Replica began in the 1940s with two small dials at three o’clock and 9 o’clock. There is also a very rare Chronomat made in 1946, and an additional 12-hour minute dial.
Its dial is bolder-a black dial with silver/white sub-registers and external scales, or a white dial and external scales with black sub-registers, both versions also have bright red accents.
In terms of color, Fake Chronomat‘s dials have mainly oscillated between blue, black and white/cream over the years. However, Breitling Chronomat also has a green and even super rare yellow “For AMERICA” dial. In addition to more classic options such as black, white, silver and blue, the current series also equips the time and date models with a killer mint dial.
Breitling Chronomat Case & Bezels
The case material of Breitling Chronomat is stainless steel and gold, and two-tone stainless steel and gold. However, as with the aforementioned GMT, Breitling used a black stainless steel case to be updated with a sense of modernity and tactics, thereby renewing the material. Regarding the bezel, the metal usually matches the case, and unless it is of two tones, the bezel is always in gold.
Nowadays, the Breitling Replica Watch bezel is unidirectional, and the non-chronograph versions have 5 and 15 minute markers respectively. The chronograph has the same function, but has additional minute markers in the first 15 minute and last 15 minute increments.
Breitling Chronomat Bracelets
Modern Chronomat bracelets have an overall appearance, providing a seamless design from the case to the strap. These metal bracelets are available in stainless steel, two tone colors and pure gold to match their case. The current generation of bracelets uses the iconic “Rouleaux” bracelet of the series, which is defined by its exquisite round links.
There are also two models of leather straps. They have been Swiss Breitling Replica traditional bracelets until the 1970s when the brand began to produce quartz watches with integrated bracelets to maintain the prevailing trends.