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First available in 1957, the watches of the original Breitling Superocean collection were intended for professional divers. These early Swiss watches have become collectible, with some models trading near six figures. In 2007, the Superocean Heritage I collection honored the 50th anniversary of the 1950s dive watches by keeping the simple design. Only the minimal markings and basic complications adorn the face. And now, the Superocean Heritage II models, first released in 2017, continue the heritage watch traditions.
The Superocean Heritage II B01 Chronograph
The Superocean Heritage II B01 Chronograph is undoubtedly the flagship timepiece of the Superocean Heritage product line. The watch is available in two color schemes: one with a striking black dial and the other with an eye-catching blue dial. Either watch face looks great on a stainless steel mesh bracelet or a rubber strap in black or blue.
The Superocean Heritage II B20 Automatic
The Superocean Heritage II B20 Automatic is a sleek new watch in the Superocean Heritage family. With an upgraded ceramic bezel and movement, plus a 70-hour power reserve, the B20 timepiece is designed for durability. It is also offered in two stainless steel case designs: one with a black dial, the other with a blue dial. Both styles are stunning on a rubber or leather strap, or a stainless steel mesh bracelet.
Regardless of the model you choose, the Superocean Heritage II watches are indeed mechanical works of art. You will want to add these watches to your watch-spotting list at your next art event. Breitling watches are popular among entertainment celebrities and sports stars — you might get an opportunity to start a conversation.