The appeal of Breitling timepieces revolves around the "busy" pilot dial. When I had my first Breitling, a Chronomat, I somehow felt she wasn't too "Breitling" (some may diasgree) and sold her away shortly. Pateintly waiting for a correctly priced Navitimer or Cosmonaut, I chance upon the Chrono-Matic 24H, with a flyback chronograph.
This is a limited edition version, having only 25 pieces worldwide. The gold letterings on a black dial led by a striking red chrono hand just put everything together in perfect harmony. The brown leather with white stitchings completes the pilot look.
This being a 24-H dial layout does takes some getting used to when reading the time. The pic above actually shows the watch 10mins to four o'clock! It was fun turning our conventional time-telling around and does make a good conversation starter!