Performance and style for all your water activities. In the 1960s, scuba diving became fashionable; it was a new sport. For divers, time is everything, and Breitling set out to offer them the clearest possible diver’s watch, eliminating any features that would not be life-saving underwater. This simplified clock was given the name “Slow Motion”. It retained clean lines, chunky luminescent hour-markers, square hands and a high-contrast dial ring, all aimed at maximum legibility. Practical, yes. But what really made everyone fall in love with him was his looks.