The Breitling Navitimer B03 Chronograph Rattrapante is a unique take on one of watchmaking’s most elaborate complications: the rattrapante (from the French “rattraper” meaning to “catch up”). This function enables to measure two elapsed times simultaneously, with two superimposed central chronograph hands. One of the hands can be stopped to measure an intermediate/split time, an invaluable function for pilots and true to the mission of the iconic Navitimer. With its 18k red gold case and stratos grey dial with contrasted black subdials, it is aesthetically striking and original. The Breitling logo is divided between the two central hands of the chronograph and comes together when the B on the red chronograph hand deftly overlaps with the anchor on the split-seconds hand. Yet another impactful detail that embodies sophistication and innovation in watchmaking.