Breitling's second model with a ceramic bezel, the new Superocean 44 Special is the better-looking of the two, IMO. The case (44mm, PVD-finished case), bezel, strap, and dial are all black, accented with white hands, markers, and bezel indicators. Not sure why the 15, 18, and 21 GMT numbers are cut off by the markers and the date window. Given the ease to fix something like this in the transition from prototype to mass-production, I can't fathom why. Perhaps the photos are of a prototype and won't appear on the mass-production models, however I can't be sure. The watch will be priced at $4,980.
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