Breitling Superocean Heritage
BREITLING SUPEROCEAN HERITAGESUPEROCEAN HERITAGE
The decade of the 50s was a revulsion in the watch industry.
They were post-war times and accelerated progress, with the rise of consumerism in the United States, and Europe in the process of creating the European Union promoted by France, Britain and Germany, Swiss watch brands put their full potential to innovate in their watches and make them attractive to this consumerism.
The same year that Robert Schuman is the embryo of the current European Union, 1957, Breitling launched the new collection of Superocean watches by Willy Breitling, a submersible watch at 200 meters, thus imposing the Rolex Submariner, submersible only 100 meters away, or the Omega Seamaster with its scarce 62.5 meters of water resistance. Breitling has preserved the spirit of the original 1957 Superocean watch and has turned the contemporary Breitling Superocean Héritage collection into one of the brand's fundamental pillars, thanks to its unique and timeless look combined with cutting-edge technology.
The main details of the Superocean Heritage watches that give this bucolic character are its large and atypical hands next to the great visual similarity of the bezel. One of the watches that the user demands the most is the Breitling Superocean Heritage II B20 Automatic 46, but that is only one more within the extensive possibilities offered by the Superocean Heritage collection.