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    OceanicTime - BREITLING Avenger CHRONOGRAPH 43

    This is the new Avenger Chronograph 43, the grandson of the Super Avenger if you will.

    The 43mm model sits below another new size, a 45mm chronograph; with the 48mm granddaddy, above that.



    The Breitling Avenger Chronograph 43 is classic pilot’s watch with diving aspirations!

    For starters, the COSC-certified chronometer is water resistant to 300 meters.



    It has a rugged 43mm Stainless steel case with unidirectional ratcheted diver’s bezel and is available with either a black or blue dial.

    The models with black dials are presented on either a Stainless steel bracelet with a folding diver’s clasp or on an anthracite leather military strap with a choice of a pin or folding buckle.



    The Avenger Chronograph 43 watches with blue dials feature Stainless steel bracelets with a folding strap or a blue military strap with a pin buckle or folding buckle.



    The watches are powered by automatic Breitling Caliber 17 mechanical chronograph movements with a power-reserve of approx. 38 hours.



    All hands and indexes are coated with SuperLumiNova offering optimal legibility in all lighting conditions.

    The sub-dials are located in the 12 o’clock, 6 o’clock, and 9 o’clock positions and there is a date window at 3 o’clock.



    This is a great looking diving-chrono, I mean aviation watch! It has all the classic Breitling design elements and is at a good size, too.



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    The 43mm model sits below another new size, a 45mm chronograph; with the 48mm granddaddy, above that.
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