Breitling Blacksteel Navitimer Cosmonaute

Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute Blacksteel Watch

Breitling introduces the “Blacksteel” version of its Navitimer Cosmonaute which also features the in-house B02 movement.  Breitling’s Blacksteel watches – those with black DLC finished steel cases — are quite popular and among my favorite versions of many of Breitling’s models.  Incidentally, this is the high end of what I would consider a “limited edition” watch, and while it is still a decently sized production number it is a meaningful restriction for a large, global brand such as Breitling.  The Blacksteel Navitimer Cosmonaute features the Navitimer’s trademark 24-hour dial and circular slide rule bezel.  It is limited to 1000 pieces and will price at a (rather hefty) $9,590.

43mm black DLC-coated steel case (brushed finish), automatic mechanical Breitling B02 caliber (COSC)

Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute Blacksteel Upview

Did You Know?

On May 24th 1962, Lt Commander Scott Carpenter orbited the earth three times aboard the Aurora 7 capsule. On his wrist was a Navitimer featuring a 24-hour graduation serving to distinguish day from a night – an absolute necessity in space. This space conquest pioneer joined the Breitling collections under the name Cosmonaute.

  • Ignacio

    Fell in love with the total product, the color and – what to me – comes across as an almost austere, and functional design. Is it even remotely possible to consider a Cartier Santos in “New in the Box” condition as a trade in addition to the difference in cash – or would that be delusional?