Breguet Marine Royale Alarm 2009

Breguet’s Marine watches demonstrates the brand’s ideals in a sturdy leisure watch designed to meet modern demands for comfort, practicality, and style. This product line possesses all the qualities laid down by A.-L. Breguet as chronometer maker to the French Navy. A reinforced case and a protected crown make the Marine watches safe in action, while their workmanship and styling show that elegance always outranks fashion.

As the latest addition to this classic Breguet’s Marine collection, the Marine Royale Alarm 5847 has been introduced by the renowned watch manufacturer, featuring a more contemporary and sporty but ever elegant design. With water resistance to 300m, the new groundbreaking model features an alarm device, which to me can only delight both amateur divers and exceptional complications enthusiasts. In spite of a further touch of sporty elegance, the alarm setting crown and on-off pushbutton, in gold, are sheathed in rubber for easier handling. A unidirectional rotating bezel and luminous markers are naturally featured in Breguet Marine Royale Alarm 5847. The hands are coated with white luminous superluminova while the alarm markers glow blue, to improve the readability in the murkiest water.

The Gold Case

Breguet Marine Royale Alarm, wrapped in a round case in 18K rose gold with finely fluted caseband, possesses a manually engine-turned caseback fitted with a glare-proof sapphire crystal. A date counter at 6 o’clock and a luminous power-reserve indicator are also featured in the new timepiece. A black rubber strap embossed with the brand name are available, secured by several screw pins. The movement is BREGUET. Cal. 519R, with 12 lines, 36 jewels and a power reserve of 45 hours. Two versions are released: white or pink gold cases, with an 18 kt gold dial with black rhodium finish. Both are manually engine-turned with the collection’s dedicated wave pattern.

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