Breitling's new Chronoliner B04 the newest contribution to the blue watch trend that has popped up in the past few years. It retains the same design as the other Chronoliner and features a GMT hand, chronograph, rotating bezel for easier identification of the second time zone (or a third time zone if necessary), an easy-to-read dial, and a 70-hour power reserve. The blue strap meshes nicely with the vibrant dial and bezel. Although I didn't like the blue watches being released at first, they have begun to grow on me, in particular watches that are not covered in gold. It's just personal preference, but I'm not a retired businessman. I far prefer steel watches to gold just because I feel like they are more versatile. I'm a fan of Breitling's designs, but I do wish (in this case as well) they didn't make such large watches. The new Chronoliner B04 has a 46mm case, putting it far outside the range most people should be wearing (myself included). This link will bring you to Breitling's website if you want to find more information.
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