Breitling has added two new models to its ultra-tough, lightweight Endurance Pro collection to mark its new partnership with the IRONMAN series of endurance sporting events.
The watch’s 44mm case is made of Breitling’s proprietary Breitlight, a fiber-strengthened polymer that is more than three times lighter than titanium and nearly six times lighter than steel. The material is resistant to scratches and corrosion as well as boasting anti-magnetic and anti-allergenic properties.
Designed with sports in mind the Endurance Pro is also water resistant to 100m and features a pulsometer scale on the watch’s chapter ring, ideal for anyone wanting to measure their heart rate.
Inside is a Breitling Caliber 82, Breitling’s thermo-compensated SuperQuartz movement featuring a 1/10th second chronograph.
While the red Endurance Pro IRONMAN is available for the general public to buy, the black and gold-toned Endurance Pro IRONMAN Finisher is only available through IRONMAN and will be offered to competitors who finish one of its triathlons.
The Endurance Pro IRONMAN is available now via Breitling, priced $3,350 USD.
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