The watches have a mechanical hand-wond "Cricket" alarm Manufacture and assemble by a master watchmaker with a prestigious "enamel" dial handcrafted made with portrait "The city of Jerusalem" Great collectible value-The series is offered for early sale.
Specializing in chronographs for over 120 years, Breitling has also asserted itself as the benchmark in high-end sports watches.
In an extremely masculine stylistic vein, the Cockpit is designed for those whose activities do not necessarily require chronograph functions, but who nonetheless wish to wear a watch that is both extremely sporty and impeccably elegant in their everyday life. Another distinctive feature of the Cockpit lies in its double-window calendar clearly displaying the date, one of the prime characteristics of Breitling Caliber 49, officially chronometer-certified by the COSC.
The Cockpit is also designed to be sturdy and functional, equipped with the finest Breitling technology, including a screw-locked crown, screwed in caseback and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glareproofed both sides. And while on the topic of performances, the Cockpit is built to withstand pressures of 30 bars, equivalent to a depth of 1,000 feet (300 meters).