Six Nations Rugby
Breitling x Six Nations Rugby
Elite sport is defined by split-second reactions—like a game-winning kick or a perfectly-weighted tackle deep into overtime. As the Official Timing Partner of Six Nations Rugby, Breitling is here to measure every moment—both on and off the pitch—with the introduction of our limited-edition Chronomat Six Nations timepiece series.
Powered by Breitling's Manufacture Caliber 01 in a 42mm diameter, this special edition is available in a limited number of 150 pieces for each participating nation with specific team colours, logos and all the classic features that make the Chronomat our bestselling all-purpose sports watch.
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WALESGeorge North, Wing and Outside Centre
With the most tries for an active player in international rugby and over a century of Welsh caps, George North is scorer-supreme, always ready to inject pace and brawn to break lines. His sporting attributes reflect the mechanical power on his wrist—a stainless steel Chronomat B01 42 in oxblood red and black with the Welsh three-feathers logo.
IRELANDConor Murray, Scrum Half
The phrase “class is permanent” defines Conor Murray’s on-field endeavors as much as the watch on his wrist, with three Six Nations Championships and a Grand Slam to his name. Linking forwards and backs, he also wears links—his Chronomat features the stainless-steel Rouleaux bracelet, green and white contrasting chronograph counters, and Ireland’s rugby union logo.
ENGLANDKyle Sinckler, Tighthead Prop
Bristol Bear's “Sinck” is a powerhouse prop with a surprising twist of pace in his boots. A reliable presence on the front row, he drives England forward with his physicality. Expect well-timed tackles thanks to the precision of his Chronomat B01 42, featuring the recognizable rotating bezel, white dial and red rose on the 9 o'clock subdial.
SCOTLANDHamish Watson, Flanker, and Stuart Hogg, Fullback and Fly Half
Hamish Watson was the 2021 Six Nations player of the tournament, while Stuart Hogg is his nation’s record try scorer, twice named the championship’s top performer. Men who set the standard for game (and time) management, the Scots wear the self-winding Chronomat, featuring a blue face with white contrasting chronograph counters and a thistle logo on the dial and caseback.
ITALYPaolo Garbisi, Fly Half
Despite only breaking onto the international scene in 2020, Montpellier's Paolo Garbisi recently orchestrated Italy’s first win in the Six Nations since 2015. Considering high-precision kicking requires a high-precision timekeeper, he’s sporting the Chronomat B01 42 with sky-blue face and scudetto crests on the dial and caseback and luminescent Super-LumiNova® indexes and hands.
FRANCEGaël Fickou, Centre and Wing
From the suburbs of Toulon to the floodlit grass of the Stade de France, rugged centre, Gaël Fickou, stands amongst the most accomplished players of his generation. Wearing a stainless steel Chronomat featuring a deep blue face and red rooster in the 9 o'clock subdial, he has a spring in his step—and on his wrist.