This collection reflects Breguet’s traditional aesthetic values.
And Breguet created the first bracelet watch for a queen.
The integration of a classic repertoire into a 21st-century form.
Inspired by Abraham-Louis Breguet’s subscription watches, a symbol of a return to roots as well as the vision of a brand with an eye on the future.
The heights of Breguet’s watchmaking art.
The civilian version of a watch designed for the French Naval Air Force in the 1950s.
Abraham-Louis Breguet was an exceptional craftsman who, back in 1775, invented the tourbillon mechanism and developed automatic winding and perpetual calendar mechanisms that are still used on the majority of luxury watches in the 21st century. Respectful of this rich past, the brand that bears his name strives to stay ahead of its time by innovating tirelessly. The use of silicon components or increased watch frequency pay tribute to this exceptional legacy.