Replica Buyers Guide Breitling Superocean Heritage 42 Automatic Men’s Watch A1732124|G717|154A

While the Breitling Superocean Heritage 44 Replica II is a well-made watch, depending on where you’re coming from you will see it as expensive or a bargain. Those accustomed to spending about $10,000 on watches will see the $4,000 – $6,000 cost of the Superocean Heritage II as sterile. Breitling only modestly increased the cost of this Superocean Heritage II watches for 2017. Can it be an accident that the Breitling watches and the Tudor ones which exchange motions have “Heritage” from the title? I chuckle when considering the branding talks the brands had when determining if all of this was a good idea. The brands aren’t just hiding the fact that they’re now working together, but they aren’t prominently discussing the fact either. They make the fact clear, but they really hide advertising that fact. I believe more brands must participate in “skill exchanges” such as this. This is just one very good reply to the issue that many watch manufacturers in Switzerland need to address, under-capacity – in that they function the components and manufacturing demands of different brands. This happens quite a bit, however it is way too secretive and little for the good. A wholesome watch business in 2020 will have more relationships like what Tudor and Breitling are engaged in today in 2017 (which obviously began no later than early 2016). So consider these brands a tiny bit ahead of the curve when it comes to doing business in a modern luxury watch market atmosphere.

Breitling Superocean Heritage 42 Automatic Men's Watch A1732124|G717|154A

Finally we come to the issue of these movements. In reality this is among the most crucial elements of the watch in regards to most of the possession experience – but with watch lovers the movement will play a large role in making a buy decision. The 7750 is still used for its Superocean Heritage II Chronograph – only as it was in the original Superocean Heritage Chronograph. What is different is that the motion used in both the 42mm-wide and 46mm-wide For 2017 Tudor and Breitling engaged in the rare practice of being suppliers for another. The move is really smart, as it reinforces the actual combined nature of the Swiss watch industry (which brands nowadays frequently like to dismiss) and cross-promotes the brands to various audiences. More importantly, Tudor and Breitling equally have motion manufacturing facilities that in the current slower sales environments are being under-utilized. By acting as suppliers for another, they are able to make more efficient use of mill time (less down time), and likewise don’t need to produce new things which add to factory costs.For 2017, Breitling will supply Tudor using B01 chronograph movements – that are later altered by Tudor – to reside at the Tudor Heritage Black Bay Chronograph. Tudor will supply its caliber MT5612 automatic movements that Breitling re-brands as the standard B20 for the three-hand Superocean Heritage II. The MT5612 is possibly an adequate upgrade over the otherwise stable ETA 2824. The MT5612 operates at 4Hz (28,800 bph) – the same at the ETA – but comes with a lower power reserve of 70 hours. More so, it uses a silicon equilibrium spring and contains some enhanced ability for micro-adjustment by a watchmaker.

Breitling Superocean Heritage 42 Automatic Men's Watch A1732124|G717|154A

If you are a dyed-in-the-wool motion aficionado, this is pretty big news. There is, of course, not a damned thing wrong with the 7750. Designed by the legendary Edmond Capt in 1973, it was a tough, reliable runner right out of the gate — what they call a tracteur in Switzerland — and in the subsequent 45 years, has proven to be one of the most lasting chronograph motions of all time.That mentioned, the basic design of the 7750 very much reflects its age, and also the 01 is a completely modern motion. Caliber B01 was the consequence of a five-year development process, during the course of which Breitling R&D took a long, careful look at the technically best-of-class chronograph movements out there, and as soon as it was released in 2009 as the B01 (currently updated to Breitling 01), it was widely considered a major technological triumph for Breitling.The B01 has a whole slew of features to recommend it. There is a 70 hour power reserve; it is a column-wheel controlled, vertical clutch chronograph, with a patented system for auto-centering the reset-to zero hammers. The entire movement has been designed to be simple to support, and with hundreds of thousands in the sense, it’s proven itself in the environment that matters most: in daily use on the wrist. The use of this in-house Breitling 01 quality in the Superocean II includes a bit of an uptick in cost; sometimes that type of thing is justified by invoking the nebulous notion of exclusivity but here, you are getting a higher tier motion (at the least, by the standards by which chronograph moves are usually judged). We have silver, black, and blue dials to select from at launch as well as the 44mm diameter will not be for everyone, it is a sensible diameter to get an ISO 6425-compliant chronograph diver’s watch.

Breitling Superocean Heritage 42 Automatic Men's Watch A1732124|G717|154A

Breitling creates an extremely solid-feeling watch, which in my opinion starts with the circumstance. The brand is very great at helping up well-polished heavy blocks of steel. While lots of contemporary dive watches provide complicated cases with contrast finishing and other intriguing design components, the Superocean Heritage is all about appearing like a decorative tank. The 42mm-wide or 46mm-wide steel case is entirely polished (with a fantastic finishing) and water resistant to 200m. That said, it feels like it could take a good deal more of a beating. The vintage-inspired design eschews a whole lot of contemporary things you might expect to see in a diving watch (for instance, crown guards). Thus, the elegance and appealing design of this Superocean Heritage made up for its absence of becoming a completely “pro” diving instrument.The Superocean Heritage II is somewhat more “pro worthy” but you can understand that the design decisions come at the expense of aesthetics. So let’s first talk about the way the unidirectional rotating bezel of the Superocean Heritage II differs from that of the first model. In doing the video component of this review to the Superocean Heritage 46, I mentioned that the most “age revealing” part of the watch in terms of its product lifespan was that the anodized aluminum / or coated steel (I’m not sure the particular metal used) bezel insert. Ceramic bezels are far more preferred and valued these days only because they have colors that will continue forever, and since they’re extremely scratch resistant. Together with the Superocean Heritage II Breitling properly updated the bezel out of a metal version to a ceramic one – plus it comes in black, white, brown, and blue.

Breitling Superocean Heritage 42 Automatic Men's Watch A1732124|G717|154A

Stainless steel case with a stainless steel mesh bracelet. Uni-directional rotating stainless steel bezel with a black ion-plated top ring. Silver dial with luminous silver-tone hands and index hour markers. Minute markers around the outer rim. Dial Type: Analog. Luminescent hands and markers. Date display at the 3 o’clock position. Breitling calibre 17 automatic movement with a 40-hour power reserve. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Screw locked – two gaskets crown. Solid case back. Round case shape. Case size: 42 mm. Case thickness: 15 mm. Band width: 22 mm. Deployment clasp. Water resistant at 200 meters / 660 feet. Functions: chronometer, date, hour, minute, second. Dress watch style. Watch label: Swiss Made. Breitling Superocean Heritage 46 Replica 42 Automatic Mens Watch A1732124|G717|154A.


  • Breitling

  • Superocean Heritage 42

  • A1732124-G717-154A

  • Men’s

  • Swiss Made

  • Automatic

  • Breitling Calibre 17

  • 40 hours


  • 42 mm

  • 15 mm

  • Stainless Steel

  • Round

  • Solid


  • Analog

  • Silver

  • Sapphire

  • Luminous Silver-tone

  • Minute markers around the outer rim

  • Index

  • Hands and Markers

  • Uni-directional Rotating

  • Screw Locked – Two Gaskets


  • Bracelet

  • Stainless Steel Mesh

  • Silver Tone

  • 22 mm

  • Deployment


  • 200 meters / 660 feet

  • Date display at the 3 o’clock position

  • Chronometer, Date, Hour, Minute, Second

  • Calendar, Chronometer, Stainless Steel

Additional Info

  • Dress Watches

  • 2 Year Jomashop Warranty

  • 845960025881

  • BTA1732124-G717SS

  • Watches