Inspired by 1950s-era Breitlings the Chronoliner Blacksteel can be none more black. The Blacksteel displays the time in three locations – the “local” time, a 24-hour hand for another zone, and a rotating bezel to add one more to the mix. The bezel is made of black ceramic and it is loaded with enough lume to read the time in the pitch dark.
Like the original Chronoliners this piece is 46mm and runs a Breitling 24 movement.
I haven’t been a huge fan of Breitling for a while but I particularly like the looks of this beast. The standard model is $8,420 so expect to pay about that for the all black all the time Blacksteel.
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