It sounded unusual in steel, because while the trend for green dials is ideal, instead of the classic green dial, it is pistachio, with a very nice, slightly pastel hue.
In both cases, the bi-compax system consists of a 30-minute counter for an hour timer at 3 o'clock and a small second at 9 o'clock. The discs are decorated with a cut-out and the time is measured by a set of stylized hands with a luminous substance. The composition is complemented by Arabic indexes repeated throughout the collection on the dial.
The pistachio-steel version of the Premier B09 Chronograph will cost $8,700. And the gold version will cost $19,200.
Breitling Premier B25 Datora 42
Datora is a well-known and respected name among Breitling fans and vintage chronograph collectors. This is how Breitling chronograph was christened in the mid-1940s with the complication of a full calendar with moon phases. The modern version of the Dator has been enlarged to 42 mm, but retains the same stylistic details harmoniously arranged on the dial.
The Premier B25 Datora is again available in two versions - steel and rose gold - with an automatic movement. The B25 was created for Breitling by Concepto Manufacture, which specializes in the extensive updating of the Valjoux 7750 caliber. The mechanism has a 48-hour power reserve, a column wheel and COSC certification, and all indications are corrected directly from the crown cap.
The gold Datora 42 has a silver dial and gold inlays. The steel is matched with a salmon-colored dial. The first option costs $26,200 and the second is $13,400.
The entire Premier Heritage chronograph series is scheduled to go on sale at the end of April.
Breitling Premier Heritage Chronograph 40, Premier Heritage Datora 42
Model: Premier Heritage Chronograph 40, Premier Heritage Datora 42
Ref: AB0930D31L1P1, RB0930371G1P1, AB2510201K1P1, RB2510371G1P1
Mechanism: manual, automatic
Watch Strap: genuine leather