Breitling's newest, the Chronomat 44 Blacksteel is, from what I know of, Breitling's first release since April (I did not end up writing about this watch). I am, needless to say, thankful that Breitling does not release a new LE watch every other week for some random event. The case is coated in black DLC, features the Breitling B01 movement, has a 44mm case, and is WR to 200m. A watch isn't just specifications though, the design, I would argue is more important (with some obvious exceptions -- no one wants a $12 watch just because it might have a good design). The color scheme, as always, looks fantastic, but I really want to talk about the square subdials, something that I think looks horrible on some watches, but looks fantastic on others. The Blacksteel is in the latter camp. The subdials look fantastic and the dial, despite both the chronograph and tachymeter, remains uncluttered. Anything else you might want to find is on Breitling's website here. From what I saw looking at their website, the price of the watch looks as though it is in the realm of $10,000 USD (the exact price was $9,930 USD).