Endowed with the graphic codes of the new-generation Marine models presented last year, the 42.3mm Breguet Marine Chronographe 5527 timepiece sets the tone. The measurement of the time occurs through a central chronograph hand, distinguished by a subtle maritime detail and completed by two distinct subdials at 3 o’clock for the minutes and at 6 o’clock for the hours.
The small seconds is indicated at 9 o’clock. A date indication between 4 and 5 o’clock sets the final touch to this sporty-looking creation.
Keen to offer a broad palette of possibilities, Breguet is interpreting this new model in several versions. The first combines a white gold case with a blue dial in gold, on which the wave-motif engine-turned pattern echoes the collection’s origins. A variation in rose gold is also available with a silvered gold dial.
Breguet also offers its Marine Chronograph 5527 in titanium, a novelty for the collection. The Manufacture also offers the wearer the choice of opting for a leather or rubber strap.
Model: Breguet Marine Chronographe 5527
18k white gold with fluted caseband
Water-resistant to 10 bar (100m)
Blue dial in gold, engine-turned
Individually numbered and signed Breguet
Hours chapter with Roman numerals and luminescent dots
Minutes counter at 3 o’clock, hours counter at 6 o’clock for the chronograph
Small seconds at 9 o’clock
Date in a window between 4 and 5 o’clock
Facetted Breguet hands in gold with luminescent material
Central chronograph hand inspired by maritime codes
Mechanical self-winding movement, Cal. 582QA
14½ lignes. 28 jewels
Numbered and signed Breguet
48-hour power reserve
Inverted in-line lever escapement with silicon horns
Frequency 4 Hz. Balance spring in silicon
Rubber strap with folding clasp
With a leather strap: Reference 5527BB/Y2/9WV
Rose gold with a silvered gold dial: Reference 5527BR/12/5WV
Titanium with a sunburst slate grey dial in gold: Reference 5527TI/G2/5WV