One look at this Breitling TransOcean and you instantly know that it is a child of the 70’s. More oval than round with an integrated bracelet, the case is the first element to give away its age. Now check out the colour combination on the dial. Orange chronograph hands stand out against the white sub-dials like a pair of cats eyes surrounded by a blue dial. The sub-dials are horizontal ovals, an ellipse for any math fans, which only adds even more 70’s inspired personality to this watch. Look closer and you will see yellow, red, black and baby blue as well! Powered by a manual-winding chronograph movement Valjoux 7740 this watch is a true work horse, albeit disguised as something more like a show pony. The integrated bracelet tapers down for a comfortable fit on the wrist.The way I have described this watch should not be considered negative in any way. In fact all of these style elements combine to create a watch that is incredibly comfortable and genuinely cool to look at from afar as well as at the end of your wrist. This unique gem will quickly find a good home.