100 m / 10 bar / 10 ATM
Small second at 6 o'clock, Date
Hands with Super-Luminova
A.-L. Breguet began his career with a series of masterpieces: the development of the self-winding "perpetual" watch, the invention of the spring-timbre for repeater watches, and then the pare-chute, the first anti-shock device. A mark of excellence, Breguet's inventions and innovations have left their mark on watchmaking history. Combining aesthetics with mechanical constraints is the vision of this house of fine watchmaking. Technology at the service of art is one of Breguet's core values. Engineers and watchmakers work hand in hand on magnetism, high frequency and new materials to create exceptional models. The Classique Chronométrie is an example of an exceptional model, as are the Marine, Héritage, Reine de Naples and Classique Compilation collections. Breguet's creativity and ingenuity have not waned with the passage of time, but rather increased, with 116 patents registered by the brand since 2002.