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Breitilng Superocean Chronograph M2000 Blacksteel

The only chronograph ready for the ocean's deepest waters.
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The Breitling Superocean Chronograph M2000 Blacksteel is no simple diver's watch, this watch can reach a depth of 6600ft and is still fully operable and is the only chronograph that can operate at that depth. The watch also features a unique magnetic pushpiece system that lets you control the chronograph at its rated depths without any water seeping in.

The watch will be limited to 250 pieces and features a satin-brushed case that is carbon-coated to give the case its black shade and also adds a scratch-resistant layer. Inside the watch is a SuperQuartz movement with chronograph functionality and a battery life of up to 3 years. 

$5,950, available at

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