Breguet’s “La Tradition” (Tradition) collection celebrates its tenth anniversary this year — I’ve already shared two of the three new additions to the line unveiled this year at Baselworld, including the Tradition 7097 Retrograde Seconds and the Tradition 7087 Minute Repeater Tourbillon. Today we look at my favorite, the Tradition 7077 Chronographe Indépendant 7077. Within its 44-mm white gold case, the 7077 essentially has two entirely independent movements (gear trains, escapements and springs (but not just any spring!)) for its two primary functions – regular timekeeping and chronograph timing. But the best of this watch is in the details. I’ll break it all down, starting with a short video which helps set the stage for what’s going on in this watch.