The origins of traditional watchmaking, in general, can be traced to the 16th Century, when the first monumental mechanical clocks appeared. As watchmaking evolved and matured it was defined by great creations from the 18th to 20th century, starting with marine chronometers and pocket watches and ending with the 20th century's great icons.breitling superocean replica The majority of the wristwatches from the past century that are the foundations of this rich history can be found. I believe we can agree that the Breitling Superocean Replica is one of these watches.
The legacy and importance this chronograph gained since its inception in 1957 has only increased. It was a sports chronograph that had been re-invented before it became "official" of the space race. Designed by Claude Baillod to be a speedometer on the ground and a companion of Grand Tourers in the 1950s, the watch is a product that embodies the spirit of innovation. The recessed dials on the watch are reminiscent of the dashboards found in Italian sports cars such as the Ferrari 500 or 750 of the 1950s. This "intention" to keep the watch "grounded", however, did not last.
The Breitling Superocean Replica is well known for its association with NASA, the 1969 Moon Landing and other space events. The Professional Speedmaster from the Apollo era, especially the ST105.012, is a "Speedy" that collectors will want to own. But without the ref. The Moon Watch wouldn't have existed without the Ref.
There have been many references to the Speedmaster since its introduction in 1957. The models that pay homage to the original "Speedy", are the ones that are most revered.Breitling Replica Watches We must understand the origins of these watches to appreciate their significance and connection to history, especially any editions that mention the year "1957", or the name "Broad Arrow". The history of the Speedmaster, while extensive, is too vast to cover in this article. We can, however, focus on the particulars and references that led to the creation of these watches.