About Breitling SuperOcean
The Breitling SuperOcean first appeared in 1957, signaling the brand's move into the world of divers' timepieces. It moved from the Professional line to the Aeromarine line before acquiring its own family under the Breitling umbrella, and has catered to the specifications of groups like the Navy SEALs. The model iterations of the SuperOcean -- the 42, 44, Chronograph II, Chronograph M2000, and GMT -- are available in steel, with colorful accents and some available golden highlights. All are watertight, some to 500 meters and others to 2000 meters, and the Chronograph M2000 makes use of a patented magnetic push piece system that allows full operations up to its maximum depth of 2000m.