While the name Breitling has becomes synonymous for some exceptionally cool, fun and adventures timepieces, it is quite easily more popular among men. Blame John Travolta, with all those images of him sitting in his private jet sporting a Breitling. However the brand produces some stunning and exciting watches for women looking to buy a proper action watches. These timepieces are not only designed to match the feminine aesthetics but also to withstand trying conditions at either death-defying altitudes or for exploring the ocean’s floor, each and every model is certified as a Swiss COSC-chronometer.
For women with a taste for speed and thrills, the Breitling Colt watch is your classic aviation timepiece. The Colt was first launched in the 1980s for the armed forces, but found its market among civilians who chose it for its sturdiness and functionality, crucial features for women on the go. The 36mm watch comes with a mother-of-pearl dial with the option of diamond indices and a diamond-set bezel for a touch of femininity. Its chronometer-certified Superquartz movement offers a degree of precision 10 times superior to standard quartz and it boasts of a battery life of eight years.
Other water-friendly options include the new Superocean II ladies’ watches. Reliable, rugged and great-looking with an all-white, 36mm case, these timepieces can drop to depths of up to 200 metres. The unidirectional rotating rubber bezel – crucial feature for divers – displays large, clearly visible numerals with a luminescent marker at 12 o’clock, accentuated with luminescent coating while its chronometer-certified automatic movement keeps the hours, minutes, seconds and date in perfect synch. The sturdy steel case with its screwed-down crown and caseback is presented on a sporty white rubber Ocean Racer strap with a row of holes for a cool 1970s groove.
Breitling’s Galactic collection is also a great choice for adventurers. The more sophisticated 36mm timepiece is available in a combination of materials and finishes, has a COSC-certified Breitling 37 automatic movement that offers a 42-hour power reserve and can be plunged to depths of 100 metres.
Who’s stopping them ladies now?
[Via – Jewelry Editor]