Breguet continues its revamp of the Marine collection, with three new models following last year’s high complication.
While it preserved details such as fluting on its case middle, Ref. 5887 featured a slimmer case, central lugs, as well as a crown rimmed by a wave décor.
The Marine collection has been bolstered this year with three new models. The most basic, the Marine 5517, is a simple three-hand watch.
Breguet is offering several variants of it, including a reference in white gold with a blue dial, one in rose gold with a silvered gold dial, and finally a version in titanium with a slate grey dial.
The Marine Chronographe 5527, meanwhile, comes with a chronograph complication in the traditional tri-compax layout. Compared to the 5517’s 40mm case, this one comes noticeably larger at 42.3mm. The 5527 is available in three versions as well, with the same colourways as the 5517 for consistency.
Finally, there’s the Marine Alarme Musicale 5547, whose relatively slim 40mm case comes packed with three complications:
- a date display at six o’clock,
- a GMT display at nine o’clock, and
- an alarm that’s set via the sub-dial at three o’clock, with its striking mechanism’s power reserve shown at 10 o’clock.
When the alarm is activated, the aperture at 12 o’clock displays a ship’s bell, as a nod to the Marine line’s nautical origins.
And yes, if you haven’t guessed it by now, three variations of this watch are available, with identical colourways to its two siblings above.
Featured image courtesy of Jamie Tan. All other images courtesy of Breguet.