Breitling Released Superocean Limited Edition

Breitling has just released a limited edition of the Superocean Automatic 44 Ironman, one of the most limited-edition replica watches ever made by the brand, as well as the famous Ironman Triathlon series for long-distance races. Organized by the World Triathlon Corporation and consisting of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike ride and a 26.22-mile marathon — all without a break, the triathlon represents some of the most extreme and demanding races in the world.
Competing in a triathlon is undoubtedly a heroic achievement; however, it has never really been properly celebrated in clockwork terms. The new Breitling Superocean aims to correct this and will be the official luxury watch in the triathlon series.
Limited to 300 pieces, this is not something to wear in training or competition (such as the timepiece of the ironman triathlon), but rather a wearable trophy for those who participate in a tough race — an event that is still meaningful and usable for lives of ironman participants, even after years of their withdrawal from competition.
The 44mm steel watch, called the Superocean Automatic 44 Ironman limited edition, is fairly simple in design, with a black dial, black bezel, and an oversized Ironman logo at 3 o ‘clock. In triathlons, the red “M” echoes the minute hand track and arrow on the second hand, as does the red rubber diving belt with the cheap watch.
Like other Superocean automatic 44 watches, this limited-edition watch features a Breitling calibre 17 sport that automatically winds up and provides 38 hours of power storage. Another interesting feature is the watch’s case, which bears the iron man logo and the legend of “one of the 300.”The Superocean Automatic 44 Ironman limited edition will only be available live on Breitling’s own e-commerce channel, select Breitling boutiques, and the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in nice, France, and kailia-kona, Hawaii.
To celebrate the partnership and the watch, breitling replica held an event the other night at its flagship store in New York, co-hosted by Thierry Prissert, President of Breitling USA, and Andrew Messick, President and CEO of the Ironman Group. To that end, Breitling brought in three new players, known as the triathlon team.
“We are particularly excited about working with iron man,” George Cohen, Breitling’s chief executive, said in a statement.”All three members of our triathlon team did very well in the triathlon. Jan Frodeno won consecutive triathlon world championships in 2015 and 2016, and Chris “Macca” McCormack won two in 2007 and 2010. There is no doubt that Daniela Ryf’s achievement is amazing: she is the reigning triathlon world champion and has won four consecutive titles and four world titles in the past five years. The sport is very popular and the performance and endurance of its great competitors perfectly reflect Breitling’s values.”