The Breitling Avenger Bandit is finally here and it is just as incredible as we thought it would be. As the company’s third Avenger chronograph and the first one ever made in titanium, this piece is likely to draw quite a bit of attention from connoisseurs, but it’s worth noting that we’re not talking about an eccentric or a particularly innovative product.
The Avenger Bandit was designed to appeal to those of you who can appreciate simplicity and performance. It is powered by a Breitling-modified 7750 automatic movement, which flaunts a power reserve of 42 hours as well as 30-minute and 12-hour subdials, a date complication, a running seconds subdial and a quarter-second chronograph. The satin-brushed titanium case ensures a water resistance of 984 feet, and it stands firm on the wearer’s wrist thanks to an anthracite textile fiber strap complemented by rubber treads and a folding titanium clasp.
The Avenger Bandit by Breitling is priced at $4,500.