Breguet Goes Inside out with Its New Tradition Watch


Breguet is an old Swiss watch company that has been around since 1775. One of the oldest companies in the watchmaking business, Breguet has a long history of building some of the greatest watches that the market has seen. The company is way past the idea of producing traditional simplistic watches, and now focuses all of their energy into creating unique builds that are unlike anything else. Their newest model, the Tradition Watch, is the perfect display of this, but also doesn’t fail to show off just how talented Breguet truly is.

The tradition watch pulls themes from 18th century model watches as well as some modern touch watches as well. As seen above, they don’t hide any of the movement pieces and really allow for people to become mesmerized with how the watch actually functions. The new watch is built to be very solid and the timepiece is actually a lightweight, which is how people know it is well made.

Breguet continues to use their signature blue steel watch hands along with nice silver finished 18 k gold for the actual dial that floats in the top of the watch. While the hours and minutes are displayed in a traditional fashion, Breguet has included the seconds meter on the side, which is a unique way to display it. The entire watch case is 40 mm and made from 18k white gold. The watch is self winding and includes a power reserve of 50 hours, so users can get tons of use out of it.

Breguet ensures that their watches are nothing but the best. This new Traditional model comes with a nice leather band that compliments the colors, but customers also have the option to purchase the watch with an upgraded 18k rose gold band. Breguet continues to amaze the industry with their fine watches and this is another beautiful addition to their massive collection.

Photo via Breguet

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Written by Blaise Hopkins

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