Charming UK Replica Breitling Superocean 44 Special Watches With New Variations

The ceramic bezel fake Breitling Superocean 44 Special made its debut just over a year ago to relatively little fanfare, which is somewhat of a shame, as it remains one of the brand’s more cohesive, pure dive watches to come around in a few release cycles. But despite largely appearing as though a footnote in Breitling’s 2016 releases, the 44 Special apparently did well enough to justify two more editions. Previously available exclusively in Breitling’s stealthy Blacksteel PVD finish, these new models have a matte stainless steel case with black or blue dial options.


Diving slightly (ok, five times) deeper than Breitling’s entry-level automatic Colt sport watches, the 1000m-rated Superocean II watches deliver the full suite of modern features that many luxury tool watch fans crave (insane depth ratings, a knurled unidirectional bezel, blinding luminosity, and even a helium release valve), while dialing back the ultra-macho, military-inspired aesthetic that defines the Avenger range of aviation watches.



While Breitling still insists on calling the Superocean II an “ocean pilot,” the Swiss self-winding movement replica Breitling Superocean 44 Special is anything but. In addition to checking off the aforementioned requisite features for a diver of this ilk, the Special differentiates itself from the standard Superocean II by going with a matte steel case finish, a more minimalist dial with square applied indices instead of the busy Arabic numerals, and a solid, ceramic bezel characterized by its singularly smooth surface and extremely sharp, grippy serrations.

Said ceramic bezel isn’t new technology for Breitling, as we’ve already seen the black variant on the first Blacksteel 44 Special copy watch with luminous indexes online, and a similar version of the deep, matte blue introduced on this Boutique-Edition Chronoliner. Generally speaking, the singular color of the bezel looks great here, but it remains to be seen whether or not a ceramic bezel (usually the first errant contact point for a dive watch against a boat gunwale, dive ladder, or door frame) will stand up to the frequent impacts that characterize the life of a well-worn tool watch.

Traditional dive watch bezels shrug off these bumps and dings by utilizing a solid metal bezel with a replaceable insert containing the numbered demarcations glued in. So while this might be an aesthetic design choice rather than a functional one, we’ll be the first to admit both ceramic color options are the perfect fit to contrast the steely aesthetic on the new 44 Special, and one that we’re looking forward to seeing on the wrist.

Compared to the standard Superocean II, the new fake Breitling Superocean 44 Special is much more austere in its execution, putting it in league with the Tudor Pelagos or 2014’s Rolex Sea Dweller 4000, both of which are equally clinical in their application of contrast and texture. The added contrast of the new stainless steel case finish is a welcome one, as the previous Blacksteel edition tended to overwhelm the wrist, as most all-black watches tend to do. As mentioned previously, the end result is one of the more cohesive, purpose-built divers in the Breitling catalog, but one that is altogether modern and masculine without appearing to be making great pains to remind you.

The guts of the excellent replica Breitling Superocean 44 Special remain unchanged – inside still beats Breitling’s Calibre 17, a chronometer-grade ETA 2824-based automatic movement with 25 jewels, and a power reserve of around 42 hours. Pricing for the Breitling Superocean 44 Special at $4,350 for the stainless steel finish on bracelet and $3,850 on rubber is a bit less than the existing Blacksteel variant at $4,980 on the rubber strap

Modern UK Breitling Chronomat 44 Blacksteel Fake Watches With Cool Feature

Breitling introduced its first “Blacksteel” watches in 2012, and in the years since the brand renowned for its aviation roots has launched a veritable fleet of such timepieces. Nearly every one of its watch families now offers at least one model with the Blacksteel treatment, including versions of the Navitimer, Navitimer Cosmonaute, Colt, Avenger II, Super Avenger, and Avenger Sea Wolf.

I’ve long admired the look of the black dial copy Breitling Chronomat 44 Blacksteel models and finally had a chance to wear one of these pieces for a few weeks recently. Even better, the model I received for review was from one of Breitling’s most iconic and historically significant collections, the Chronomat, in its big-but-not-oversized 44-mm version.

By way of background, the modern version of the 44mm replica Breitling Chronomat debuted in 1984, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Breitling company. It was a descendant of one of Breitling’s most significant milestone timepieces, the original Chronomat, which debuted in 1941 and featured the now-famous circular slide rule bezel, a common element of today’s Breitling Navitimer watches, though not one present on today’s Chronomats. The 1984 revamped version introduced the hallmark “rider tabs” at 12, 3, 6, and 9 o’clock on the unidirectional ratcheting bezel. And while I do appreciate the Navitimer in its many versions, one of the aspects I like about the Chronomat is the relative simplicity of its tricompax dial in comparison to the “busier” look of the Navitimer.

The case is pure Breitling — masculine and martial, measuring 44 mm in diameter and 16.95 mm thick. In profile, from the side with the screw-down crown and chronograph pushers, it projects an imposing look; if you squint and use your imagination, it almost resembles artillery pointing outward. This is, of course, helped by the sleek, “stealth” finish of the blacksteel case parts, which in certain lighting has a gunmetal glint.

Somewhat oddly for such an aviation-inspired watch, the bezel ratchets in one direction, as on a divers’ watch, rather than both, which would be more utilitarian for a pilot — though it’s not like I was planning on getting into a cockpit with the watch anyway. The rider tabs — as touted by the brand — do indeed make the bezel easier to grip and to turn. The tab at 12 o’clock has an inset dot filled with the same khaki-colored Super-LumiNova as the hands and indices, so it’s easy to figure out in the dark how to reset the bezel to zero. Rotating the bezel quickly produces a pleasant buzzing, made up of multiple clicks, that brings to mind a tiny motor. The stencil-type, Arabic numerals on the bezel, which mark the five-minute intervals between the rider tabs, are another nice military touch; inlaid in black rubber, they also provide a tactile treat as you run a finger over the bezel’s surface. Attention-to-detail alert: a tiny, cursive “B” for Breitling appears on the side surface of the bezel, subtly etched between 11:55 and 12 o’clock.

The black dial picks up the case’s military tool-watch character. The dial of the special Breitling replica watches online  is surrounded by a flange with a tachymetric scale in white print. The hour and minute hand, as well as the edges of the applied hour indices, are treated with khaki-colored Super-LumiNova (which actually glows green in the dark). Bright red is used for the central chronograph seconds hand as well as all of the subdial hands (running seconds at 9 o’clock, 30 elapsed chronograph minutes at 3 o’clock, and 12 elapsed chronograph hours at 6 o’clock). The red-on-black contrast is helpful in reading the subdials’ readouts, as the numerals are tiny and otherwise somewhat challenging for the naked eye to read with precision.

About those subdials: they are square-shaped (or at least cushion-shaped) for no practical reason I can discern, but somehow they work aesthetically, adding a bit of visual interest to the dial, and subtly picking up the blocky shapes of the bezel numerals and rider tabs. Breitling’s “winged B” logo soars below the triangular index at 12 o’clock, while the brand’s “anchor B” emblem forms the counterweight of the chronograph seconds hand.

As one would expect in such a watch, the crown, which is grooved and protected by steel guards, screws down securely into the case. The chronograph pushers on either side of the crown also have a security feature: screw-down rings that need to be manually loosened before the pusher can be operated to start, stop, and zero the chronograph. This may seem an inconvenience at first, but it is easy enough to simply leave both pusher rings unscrewed if you will be using the stopwatch, especially for timing multiple events, for an extended period of time. Also, the pusher rings are surprisingly easy to unscrew even while the Swiss fake watch with self-winding movement is on the wrist — a consequence, surely, of the case’s relatively thick profile, which means the pushers are not too close to the wrist, leaving the fingers room to maneuver.

The sapphire window in the caseback gives an ample view of the cheap fake watch’s movement, Breitling’s in-house Caliber 01. The mechanical vista is dominated by the big, blackened winding rotor, which is graced with a circular wave pattern and an engraved Breitling logo. The rotor ties together the watch’s overall monochrome-black look nicely. Other haute horlogerie decorations include côtes de Genève, snailing, and diamond-polished bevels. The movement is a COSC-certified chronometer; I didn’t expect timekeeping reliability to be an issue with this watch, and it wasn’t. What really shouldn’t be overlooked among this movement’s attributes is the 70-hour power reserve, a 28-hour improvement over that of the ETA Valjoux 7750 movements that powered earlier iterations of the Chronomat. While there were very few days during the review period in which I didn’t eagerly strap on this watch in the morning, it was a nice feeling that I could literally leave it on my nightstand all weekend and not worry about winding it on Monday.

Breitling refers to the strap as “military rubber,” which seems to be essentially a black rubber base overstitched with some kind of suitably gritty, sturdy black textile. It is definitely a rough-and-ready military aviator look, with a tang buckle made of Blacksteel and engraved with Breitling’s winged logo. It makes the watch very comfortable on the wrist, even though it’s a look more compatible with casual wear than with formal wear. (But hey, it’s still a Breitling; no one’s going to quibble if you wear this watch with a dark suit.)

In summary — and to squeeze in one more tortured aviation metaphor — my test flight of the excellent replica Breitling Chronomat 44 Blacksteel left me wanting more time at its controls. The watch is available at Breitling boutiques and other select retailers for $9,720.

Well-known UK Replica Breitling Navitimer 01 Watches With Black Leather Straps

The high-quality fake Breitling Navitimer 01 is an absolute classic in the field of aviation watches. It was introduced in 1952, and since then it witnessed the arrival of civil jet planes, the quartz revolution, and the return of mechanical watches as luxury products. It also illustrates the progressive increase in watch size, starting at 40 mm, increasing to 43 mm for the Navitimer 01 in 2011, and joined by a 46 mm version in 2014.

Distinctive circular slide-rule

Over the years, its fundamental characteristics have remained basically unchanged. The distinctive circular slide rule of the popular Breitling replica watch online, operated by means of the rotating bezel, can be used for any calculations, with cockpit applications comprising things like fuel consumption, drift angle, rate of climb or descent, conversions from miles to kilometres or nautical miles, ground speed and so forth.

Calibre 01, column wheel and vertical clutch

The one really important change is the in-house movement, Calibre 01, introduced in 2009. It is visible through the transparent caseback. Previously the watch had used an ETA Valjoux 7750. The Breitling Calibre 01 is a chronograph movement with 47 jewels, a column wheel and vertical clutch, arguably the finest configuration, because starting the chronograph doesn’t affect balance amplitude – because the clutch’s friction is so low – and so doesn’t cause any reduction in precision.

70 hours power reserve

The movement of the fake watch for best sale is self-winding, with a single barrel providing 70 hours power reserve. It runs at 4 Hertz – hence the quarter-second divisions on the chronograph seconds scale. The subdials provide chronograph readings of up to 12 hours.

Industrialized production

The movement design also includes a patented self-centering device for the resetting hammers and an exclusive index-assembly system enabling swift personalized adjustment of the Swiss copy watch with steel case. It is built by means of an industrial, automated process with occasional phases requiring human intervention. The movement is COSC-certified. Below, the 43 and 46 mm versions of the watch.

3 bar water resistance

The case is 43 mm in diameter, 14.25 mm thick, with a non-screw-in crown and a water resistance of 3 bar, 30 metres.

Price and reference

The functional replica Breitling Navitimer 01 is reference AB012012|BB01|435X|A20BA.1, and it costs €7,150 inclusive of VAT. Read more on the Breitling website.

Unique Breitling Top Time Fake Watches For UK Sale With Many Issues

The silver dial replica Breitling Top Time is one of my favorite chronographs, especially the earlier round versions (like the one worn by James Bond in Thunderball), but this horrendous one deserves to be flagged for what it is: a complete frankenwatch. The signed crown, buckle, dial, and movement might be one thing, but the case was never used in the Top Time family. In addition, the pitting on the bezel and the “stainless steel back” show that the case is chrome plated, and not actaully stainless steel.

The blued handset is absolutely incorrect; one good clue of this mismatch comes from the presence of lume on the dial, and not on the handset. The same applies to the bright red chronograph hands, and the seconds hands, never found on any other Top Time. The lack of proper reference number on the caseback of the Swiss Breitling copy watch with stainless steel case and the incorrect serial number engraved there complete this sour assessment.

You can find this troublesome fake Breitling watch with high performance on Ebay for €2,790 (approximately $3,200); it would have been a strong ask for a real one, but in this instance it is completely ludicrous.