As a magnificent Swiss watch brand if prefers to sell its products via its own boutiques where maximum profit can be realized, how can promote that? By launching limited “boutique only” editions, certainly the thing is, if they’re less than stunning it sort of defeats the whole intention.
In our opinion, the Chronoliner has become one of Breitilng’s coolest models, despite the fact that it gets a lot less notice than the Chronomat and Navitimer. The major concern of the new Chronoliner Boutique Edition is basically the fact that it’s rendered in a natty navy blue hue instead of black. This version of the Chronoliner, are useful for flight captains, also features the Manufacture Breitling Caliber.
It’s major appeal except for aesthetics is an improved GMT function allowing the wearer to keep track of three timezones concurrently: a red-tipped hand records home time in 24-hour mode, at the same time as the rotating bezel in ultra-modern ceramic marks a third timezone, as well on a 24-hour scale. It would be wonderful if you are going to travel this summer. Another smart aspect of this replica watch is a dark blue “Aero Classic” rubber strap made to look like a vintage Breitling metal mesh band. Limited to just 100 pieces global, the Chronoliner’s case is water-resistant to 100 m (330 ft), whose sapphire crystal is glare-proofed on both sides, and it’s fitted with a particularly stamped caseback featuring a vintage-look airplane “nose art” style pin-up and “Special Delivery” writing. Naturally it’s available completely from one of the 50 Breitling boutiques worldwide.
Breitling Replica is launching another boutique-one clock, besides the Chronoliner Boutique Edition even if it doesn’t have half the charisma of the blue model. The Chronomat Boutique Edition is home to the Manufacture Breitling Caliber water resistant to a depth of 500 m (1,650 ft). This version owns the characteristic of a blue “Vietnamese” mother-of-pearl dial, numbered from 1 to 100 in addition to the imprinted caseback featuring the WWII-era pin-up girl. Breitling does superbly with the Chronomat line though we’ve always loved the vintage versions. The Chronoliner is the clear winner here.