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Breitling's Chronoliner now in Bronze & Blue

Breitling has introduced two new versions of the flight captain's watch, the Chronoliner.

Known for their high-performance instruments, Breitling accentuates the original style of the aviation chronograph with two new versions – a blue and a bronze. The inspiration for the Chronoliner, the AVI and Co-Pilots 1950's and 60's models, was a huge hit amongst the world of aviation. The brand was commonly referred to as the “official supplier to worldwide aviation."

The star-shaped cut-out of the iconic broad ceramic bezel ensures easy handling of the instrument - a feature well-associated with the line. The 46mm timepiece is now available in two distinct colors – blue and bronze – and comes with a matching bezel and dial. The steel case houses a COSC-certified self-winding chronograph movement Caliber 24, and an Aurora blue or Panamerican bronze dial featuring perfect legibility of its instrument panel. The red-tipped hand offers a read of the second timezone in a 24-hour mode, and the rotating bezel stands for the third timezone – also on a 24-hour scale.

Both the timepieces are available with steel or steel mesh bracelet options. The caeback carries the Breitling stylized planes signature – a trademark.

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