Breitling Transocean Chronograph 1915 Limited Edition Watch Review

Breitling announce the Transocean Chronograph 1915 Limited Edition for Baselworld 2015. 


The exquisite timepiece pays a special tribute to Breitling’s incredible, revolutionary invention back in 1915. The brand openly celebrates the proud milestone of creating the first independent chronograph pushpiece with a watch that not only refers to historical genius in it’s title yet in the design itself also. The introduction of the Transocean Chronograph is the perfect acknowledgement of the innovative creation 100 years previously. 


The Limited Edition piece is manufactured into 1,915 models - a very appropriate number that mirrors the exact year of the invention. To bring the watch into the 21st Century the instrument is powered by a new Manufacture Breitling movement containing a double column wheel. The sapphire crystal caseback hosts a vintage dial; an infusion of modern technology and traditional aesthetics. Of course, the iconic pushpiece is situated at 2 o’clock yet transformed into an elongated and smooth version to enhance the function and purpose. The direct reference to the 1915 revolutionary design in watchmaking history allows for this new timepiece to become a collectors piece for all chronograph lovers. 



The Breitling Transocean Chronograph 1915 Limited Edition is available with a steel bracelet or a brown leather alligator strap to finish the timepiece beautifully. To fasten securely on one’s wrist the Tang Type buckle will accommodate your needs perfectly. The silver dial sets a sophisticated and elegant essence to the timepiece, which is captured in each feature effortlessly. Breitling has successfully remained at the forefront of innovation within the watch industry since 1915; an impressive title to maintain yet manages the challenge with passion and enthusiasm. 


Embrace the infusion of a traditional inspiration with a contemporary movement with the Breitling Transocean Chronograph 1915 available to pre-order at Jura Watches.