Let’s talk about the 44 mm fake Breitling Super Chronomat B01 first. With three variants: Two of which are cased in stainless steel with blue or black dial-and-bezel combinations. While the third is a rich brown dial-and-bezel combo, cased out of 18k red gold. With an automatic Breitling Manufacture Caliber 01 underneath that boasts roughly 70 hours of power reserve, we see a COSC-certified 12-hour chronograph up top.
There’s also a bonus feature if you opt for the B01 44 with a black dial. Take a look at its Rouleaux bracelet, you’ll see a Universal Time Coordinated-module embedded. This is actually a Breitling spec that dates back to the wild 80s, it allowed wearers to keep an eye on a second time-zone.
Moving on to the main attraction, the 44 Four-Year Calendar. Even though its 44-mm case might look hefty, I could say that Swiss movement copy Breitling have managed to make this one look quite stylish. More so, it’s jam-packed with complications. The features a semi-perpetual calendar that needs correction just once every leap year, or every 1461 days. In terms of variants, you get to choose between a black dial with tone-on-tone chronograph counters, a stainless-steel bezel with a black ceramic bezel insert and 18 karat red gold case.
The timepiece is powered by Breitling’s Caliber 19 that powers a COSC-certified chronograph movement, a semi-perpetual calendar and a moon phase. Expect a 42 hour power reserve with this one.
Pricing for the B01 44 begins at $8500 (Rs 6.2 lakh) with its top-spec, 18K gold UTC module variant slating in at $35,000 (Rs 25 lakh). On the other hand, the best quality fake Breitling Super Chronomat 44 Four-Year Calendar begins at $14,600 (Rs 10 lalk) and goes up to $17,250 (Rs 12,6 lakh).