Breitling's core competence
With the Breitling Chrono Cockpit, produced in the 1990s and 2000s, the company has brought a watch onto the market with which it once again demonstrates its core competencies. With a diameter of 39 millimetres, the Chrono Cockpit is a smaller version of the Chronomat. The size flatters most wrists and fits the model's sporty yet elegant style perfectly. With the typical pilot's watch design of the pre-core era, the Toolwatch has all the design features typical of the Grenchen manufacturer:
- Appliquéd wing logo
- Classic dial typography
- Central chronograph hand with Breitling logo
- Rider bezel
- Onion crown
- Typical Breitling case finish
- Delicate pilot bracelet
Variants available for every taste
One of the great advantages of the Breitling Chrono Cockpit is its variety of models. In addition to stainless steel models, you can also choose from harmonious bicolour models. For ladies, there are also variants of the Chrono Cockpit with a stone-setting, for example on the bezel and/or on the dial. One of the diamond-set highlights is the mother-of-pearl dial (MOP dial), which impresses with an incomparable wealth of facets, especially when viewed in sunlight.
Thanks to the large selection of bracelets, there is more than enough variety. While the typical pilot's bracelet always cuts a fine figure, leather straps provide the Breitling Chrono Cockpit with a refreshingly new look.