Breitling Avenger Seawolf Blacksteel Code Yellow (Watch Wednesday)

Named Avenger after the critically acclaimed movie. Kidding, but this watch is as real life tough as those men in tights are on the big screen.  The blackstee carbon-basedl beauty can dive up to depth of 3,000 meters (10,000 ft).  The code yellow stand for its subtle yellow accents on the seconds hand, the inner bezel, and the Automatic inscription on the dial. Limited to 1,000 pieces. Breitling Avenger Seawolf Blacksteel Code Yellow $4,720

Avenger for its power and its unfailing sturdiness. Seawolf for water resistance to the fabulous depth of 3,000 meters (10,000 ft). Blacksteel for the black case achieved by a highly resistant carbon-based treatment. And Code Yellow for the extremely original touches of yellow enlivening the seconds hand, the inner bezel, and the Automatic inscription on the dial. With this 1,000-piece limited edition, Breitling has created an exceptional instrument matching peerless performances with an unusual appearance. Born to face up to the most extreme conditions, this professional diver’s watch has what it takes to accompany toplevel feats in deep waters. 

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