And the watch of the year is…the Breguet 7077 La Tradition Chronograph Indépendant ! Voters from all over the world picked out Breguet’s latest chronograph out of 64 competing watches. The Breguet 7077 La Tradition Chronograph Indépendant narrowly beat the Jaeger-LeCoultre Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon in the Final Round of this year’s voting competition. Here’s a look at your 2015 Watch of the Year:
The Breguet 7077 La Tradition Chronograph Indépendant is packed with hints of the past, but in keeping with tradition, introduces important innovations. For a full review, please make sure to read our hands-on article here.
Cased in 18-carat white gold with delicately fluted case band, the watch features many of Breguet’s signatures, including iconic open-tipped hands to indicate the hours and minutes within an 18-carat gold subdial at 12 o’clock. The watch is powered by Cal. 580DR, an in-house self-winding movement featuring a symmetrical inverted in-line lever escapement with silicon pallets, and boasting a 50 hours power reserve.
The new Breguet 7077 La Tradition Chronograph Indépendant is available in white gold and rose gold, priced at $ 79,700 and $ 78,900 respectively.