Breitling Articles



What is a Watches Mechanical Movement?

The watch movement or calibre is often considered as the heart of a watch, powering all of the functions and movements of the watch including the chronograph, alarms and any complications. The movement is made up of a collection of intertwined springs, coils and gears that work together beautifully to turn energy into precise regulated movements.

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Published on Wednesday 16th of March 2022


Brietling Aerospace

In 1985 Breitling released its latest and most powerful pilots watch to date, with the release of the Aerospace. The Aerospace watch had a innovative multi-function quartz chronograph. It had a double display, both analog and digital displays with two LCD screens.

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Published on Monday 7th of March 2022


Our Favourite Travelling Watches 2022

There is so much to consider when looking for a watch for your holidays or use when travelling, we have taken some of the stress and research from you, offering our favourite watches that are fit for this purpose.

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Published on Tuesday 8th of February 2022


Breitling Superocean History

In the 1950s the conquest for sea exploration had risen, through scientific exploration of the seas and professional deep-sea diving meaning the demand for divers watches had increased. The publics interest in water sports had also increased, meaning amateurs too also required instruments that they could use safely.                 In 1957 Brietling responded to this demand and released two new diving watches: a time only diver (ref 1004) and a chronograph (ref 807). Both of these watches held the name Superocean but had different purposes – the time only watch was aimed at the gentleman who cares about his style whilst at the beach and enjoying water sports, whereas the sportier chronograph model was for the diver who needed performance and reliability.

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Published on Wednesday 2nd of February 2022


Box and Papers, Important or not?

When looking at buying pre-owned watches there are plenty out there that stipulate box and papers. Why is this important? Does it matter?

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Published on Tuesday 14th of December 2021


An Overview of Breitling

The Breitling watch company (officially known as ‘Breitling SA’) are based in the city of Grenchen, Switzerland, and have been making luxury watches since 1884. Founded by Leon Breitling in the nearby town of Saint-Imier, the company was passed to Leons son, Gaston, in 1914, upon Leon’s death. The company remained in the ownership of the Breitling family until 1979. The company is now owned by CVC Capital Partners.

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Published on Friday 8th of October 2021


One Watch is Not Enough - James Bond Watches

All good spy movies come with their quota of fancy gizmos and gadgets to assist our hero in his mission. The James Bond movie franchise stands head and shoulders above all others in this genre. Each Bond film brings new input from Q Branch to ensure success in the field. The cars, the aircraft and the weaponry have all become synonymous with Bond and made him the legendary figure that he is. The most iconic piece of his customized equipment has always been his wristwatch. Each Bond, each film, has been accompanied by a new model, all of which have passed into movie folklore. All of these watches, (and many of the watches worn by Bonds foes) have their uniqueness, and are certainly worthy of discussion.

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Published on Tuesday 28th of September 2021


Updated Breitling Box Review

We recently received one of the updated Breitling Boxes, and although these were introduced in 2020 they are an optional swap when purchasing your Breitling watch from any main dealer, and this would appear to be why we are receiving watches with the alternative and more traditional Breitling box.

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Published on Monday 6th of September 2021


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