Beauden Barrett

Beauden Barrett was raised in a family of rugby players. He started his professional career in 2010 at just 19 years old. Only two years into his professional career, he was selected for the All Blacks. He became their starting Number 10 four years later. With devastating speed, a laser-like boot and smart game management, Beauden Barrett has been in electrifying form for the All Blacks in recent seasons. A key player helping the All Blacks to become World Champions in 2015, he is now third on the All Blacks all-time Test points-scoring list.


Beauden Barrett wears the Black Bay Chrono, with recognisable characteristics of the Black Bay preserved in a steel case with a 41-millimetre diameter. A fixed bezel in stainless steel with a tachymetric scale insert in black anodised aluminium completes the distinguished appearance of this sporty new chronograph.


Beauden Barrett was elected the world’s best rugby player in both 2016 and 2017. He is only the third rugby player in history to twice receive this distinction, and also the youngest. Barrett usually wears the key No 10 jersey in the first five-eight position (or fly-half), and he is also able to play No 15 as full back.

Organizer of the defense as well as the attack, he shocked the tight defensive lines of opposing teams with his ability to scythe through gaps and advance downfield toward the in-goal.

It was not always the case, however. At the beginning of Barrett’s All Blacks career, the nineteen year old was used as an impact player, brought in the game from the bench as a late substitution to try to make a difference in the crucial final minutes. In the space of a single season in 2016, Barrett reinvented himself to become number one in the world.

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