Breitling fake latest addition to the historically-rooted Superocean collection has a color scheme similar to that of Panerai’s Radiomir Venti. Water resistant to 100 meters, it features a handsome bronze-colored sunray-brushed dial with an intense brown glow in the Superocean collection’s characteristic design. Its oversized markers and concave black ceramic bezel surrounded by red gold or stainless steel pay tribute to the 1957 original.
The 42 mm fake Breitling Superocean Heritage ’57 Outerknown is the third watch model that Breitling has created in collaboration with Outerknown, a Californian eco-conscious apparel brand cofounded by legendary surfer Kelly Slater, which contributes the Econyl nylon NATO strap produced from recycled fish nets.
This strap is both sustainable and resilient and thanks to its color and texture vibes perfectly with the dial and golden-hued markers.
The high quality copy Breitling Outerknown is nicely proportioned with a diameter of 38 mm and a height under 10 mm. Retaining the strong identity of the original, it looks exactly like a modern-day, vintage-styled timepiece should.
From a technological standpoint the stainless steel and rose gold case copy Breitling Heritage ’57 Outerknown also meets the demands of a contemporary retro timepiece thanks to its automatic manufacture caliber, which is chronometer-certified as is de rigueur at Breitling.
In addition to the two-tone limited edition model sporting a red gold bezel, Breitling also offers an unlimited variation in stainless steel.
Quick Facts Breitling Superocean Heritage ’57 Outerknown Limited Edition
Case: 42 x 9.9 mm, stainless steel/red gold or stainless steel
Movement: automatic Breitling Caliber 10, 4 Hz/28,800 vph frequency, 42-hour power reserve
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds
Limitation: 500 pieces (two-tone)
Price: $4,380 (stainless steel unlimited); $5,225 (two-tone limited)