Breitling’s icon—for the journey. The Navitimer is one of the most recognizable watches ever made. It’s on collectors’ lists of the greatest watches of all time. What began in 1952 as a tool for pilots has gone on to mean something profound to every single person who has had this timepiece along on their personal journey. Our icon now comes in 36 and 32 mm sizes for women and men who love the look and feel of a smaller diameter watch. While the 36-mm Navitimer features the beaded bezel and iconic circular slide rule that gives the Navitimer its unmistakable appearance, the dazzling 32 mm variation forgoes the slide rule in favour of a simplified dial design suited to its slim diameter. But these showstoppers have so much more to offer than just their trim new sizes. Pops of pastel, mother of pearl, and traceable precious materials combine with subtle refinements to give the timepieces a jewellery-like appeal—adding a versatile elegance to the legendary navigational watch that’s ready for wherever the journey takes you.View full product details
This 43 mm Worldtimer, cased in brushed grade 2 titanium, has an integrated strap in black structured rubber, with additional decorative link and clasp in brushed titanium.
At the centre of the black and grey dial, framed by a brushed black ceramic bezel, OMEGA has produced a vision of Earth, viewed from above the North Pole, by laser-ablating continents and colours on a grade 5 titanium surface. Circling the topographic map is a 24-hour indication, divided into night and day sections.
OMEGA’s home city of Bienne Switzerland is among the many global destinations circling around the dial and its outer ring. All place names, with the exception of the British capital are coloured grey. London is in red to highlight Greenwich Mean Time, now more formally known as Universal Time Coordinated (UTC).
To complement the matte look of the dial, OMEGA has opted for blackened hands and indexes, filled with white Super-LumiNova to emit a blue glow in the dark. Powering the watch is OMEGA’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8938.View full product details
As part of the Five Deeps Expedition in 2019, the Ultra Deep made history when it reached the deepest place on Earth. Following that World Record dive, the game-changing watch has now been adapted for a unique collection available to the public. Tested in real ocean conditions during its development, the design is water-resistant to 6,000 metres (20,000 ft.) and meets the ISO 6425:2018 standard for saturation divers’ watches.
This 45.5 mm model in sand-blasted Grade 5 Titanium features a brushed black ceramic bezel ring with its diving scale in Liquidmetal™. Through the protuberant and domed sapphire crystal, there is a black ceramised Grade 5 titanium dial with a gradient white-to-cyan central seconds hand, cyan Arabic numerals, as well as 18K white gold hour/minute hands and hour markers, which are all coated with white Super-LumiNova.
The watch includes distinctive “Manta Lugs” at each end of the case, which hold on to a striped black and cyan polyamide NATO strap with a loop and buckle in Grade 5 Titanium. On the caseback, there is a Grade 5 titanium medallion, laser-engraved with a Sonar emblem featuring the iconic OMEGA Seahorse at its centre. Inside, the watch is driven by the OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8912.View full product details