• j238

    A number of websites have questioned why this is being marketed to women. It’s smaller than most Breitling men’s chronographs, but it’s not as small as a typical women’s watch. There’s nothing dainty about the appearance of this watch.

    I’m going to guess they decided the market for men’s chronographs was saturated, so they’re calling this a women’s watch as a sales ploy.

    My own Breitling is the Chrono Callisto. It’s even smaller and no one’s ever suggested it’s a women’s watch.

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