Review Of Breitling Chronomat Evolution 38mm Watches

A fine chronograph watch for gents from the Breitling Chronomat Evolution 38mm replica line, the Breitling offers a pleasing combination of a fashion forward design, premium materials, and a top notch reliability of the time tested Calibre Breitling. And of course, you can also expect that just like the rest of the brand's timepieces, this quality timepiece is manufactured in Switzerland with 100% Swiss components.

Made for those who demand a highly durable timekeeper, the watch's sturdy 17.1 mm thick case that has 44 mm diameter is made of premium grade stainless steel, and finely finished in high polish to adds another dose of elegance. Encased by the bi-directional rotary bezel that features 60-minute scale, the watch's Bluish White dial is covered with a premium sapphire crystal that is enhanced with a glare-proofing so that not only protecting the surface against nicks and scratches, but also lends a better clarity.

Furthermore, the matching 22 mm wide five-rows link bracelet offers a decent counter balance for the weight, and comes equipped with fold-over clasp that features push button for an extra security measures so that you can have your peace of mind while comfortably strapping it on your wrist. And for practical sake, the watch's whole construction boasts a capacity of 300 m water resistance.

Speaking of the features, this Breitling Chronomat Evolution 38mm watch's satin finished rotary bezel comes with tachymeter scale on its inner side. To ensure its visibility, the steel hour and minute hands on its dial feature Super Luminova fill that make them remain visible in any light conditions. Furthermore, not only for decoration, the fluting on the crown makes it easier to use as well.

The mechanical automatic engine inside, the Calibre Breitling 13, offers a smooth three hands movement, chronograph accuracy with up to 1/4th of a second, along with small seconds, 30-minute register, 12-hour register, and a date that appear at the 9, 12, 6 and 3 o'clock positions respectively, complemented by a date aperture at three. Specifically, this high frequency beating Breitling B13 contains 25 jewels, and provides an approximate power reserve of 42 hours under full wind. And, if reliability is one of your main concerns, the Caliber Breitling 13 in this timepiece is a chronometer grade movement so that you can be sure on how good it would performs time to time.

Going for the price, as expected from Breitling, this Chronomat is offered at a sensible price. And just saying, in addition to this steel on steel Breitling, the Chronomat Evolution 38mm also available in steel on rubber, and several variants of designs with a minor difference on the dial and/or sub-dials colors, markers, and finish.