Breitling’s latest piece takes on one of the most daunting designs for any watchmaker to craft — the rattrapante. This kind of watch tracks time in two different locations at once, so travelers and pilots can easily deal with the moving across timezones. The watch finds a way to stay connected to home, even from a world away. You will recognize the Breitling Navitimer B03 Chronograph Rattrapante 45 from its distinctive cursive letter B in the middle of the dial of a 45mm red gold case.
The arresting way the red gold hands and the black dial contrasts is awe-inspiring. The hour and minute markers and the ten-minute indicators are also clad in 18-carat red gold. It is simple to stop one hand to keep an accurate split time for necessary recording and tracking. The primary dial uses two-minute markers, one in black and the other is in white to make timekeeping easier. Its self-winding mechanical movement powers the Breitling B03 caliber for a 70-hour power reserve. The watch is finished with an extravagant patterned, leather band in shiny black on the outside and the natural color on the interior.