breguet - Breguet Marine Titanium 5547TI Alarm
breguet - Breguet Marine Titanium 5547TI Alarm

Breguet Marine Titanium 5547TI Alarm

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Breguet Marine Alarm New Generation

Breguet makes the Navy sound

Breguet's Marine is a historical collection of the Manufacture. While the Breguet watch is often associated with the chronograph, it is less often associated with the alarm, a rare complication in the field of Haute Horlogerie, but which Breguet has successfully developed with talent in parallel chronograph models.

The soft stamp of the Navy

The Marine Alarme Musicale bracelet watch does not have a chronograph but an alarm, qualified by Breguet as a musical alarm for the purity of its timbre, as well as a second time zone. For a marine watch intended for travel, this second time zone is of greater daily use than the chronograph, this chronograph being intended more for sports.

This second spindle can be seen on the right of the blue guilloché dial, adorned with waves that evoke its collection name, Breguet Marine. The alarm time is set at 3 o'clock, the second time zone at 9 o'clock, on 24 hours in order to dispense with the day/night indicator that would have weighed down the dial of the Marine Alarme Musicale bracelet watch from Breguet.

Honour to the guilloché

At 12 o'clock on the guilloché dial is the window indicating the activation of the musical alarm, an alarm symbolized by a bell such as those found on the decks of naval ships. The power reserve of the watch's musical alarm is visible to the left of this alarm window.

This arrangement, completed by a date at 6 o'clock, is obtained at the price of aesthetic arbitrations that give the dial of this Breguet Marine Musical Alarm watch a perfect readability and a familiar face of the Breguet Marine collection, imbued with elegance and modernity. The Breguet watch has received numerous awards, including several prizes within the same GPHG, the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix. Among these prizes awarded to Breguet, the Aiguille d'or prize, the supreme prize awarded at the Grand Prix, but also the Public Prize, particularly coveted by each manufacturer, Breguet being no exception. The Breguet watch awarded the Aiguille d'or prize was not a chronograph but a three-handed watch that embodied the Breguet tradition of contemporary aesthetics.

A first in titanium

The new Marine Alarme Musicale is following the same trajectory, but has not yet won such awards. This watch nevertheless establishes a bridge between tradition and modernity, with in particular a guilloché dial for tradition but a titanium case for modernity. This titanium case is a first for the Breguet watch and the Marine Alarme Musicale now benefits from it. Titanium makes it possible to bring to the watch a very studied price while making the watch benefit from a lightness adapted to the traveler character of this Marine Musical Alarm. The chronograph will also eventually be able to use titanium. Its light weight is also complementary to the sporty character of the chronograph, the ultimate complication of the wristwatch by Breguet. 

Technical specifications

Mechanical self-winding movement, Calibre 519F/1, 12 lignes, 36 jewels. Numbered and signed Breguet. 45-hour power reserve. Inverted in-line lever escapement in silicon. Balance spring in silicon. Frequency 4Hz.

40mm case with fluted caseband.
Sapphire-crystal caseback. Screw-locked crown.
Water-resistant to 5 bar (50m).

Available in titanium with sunburst slate grey dial in gold, in 18-carat rose gold with silvered gold dial or in 18-carat white gold with blue dial in gold.

Available with a leather or rubber strap.

  •  Self-winding
  •  45
  •  519F/1
  •  12
  •  36
  •  Breguet
  •  inv. straight-line lever, Si horns
  •  flat, silicon
  •  18 Carats
  •  376


  •  Titanium
  •  No
  •  Yes
  •  Round
  •  40
  •  13.05
  •  50

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