Breitling Chrono Cockpit Automatic Wristwatch
Breitling, a luxury Swiss watchmaker, was founded by Leon Breitling in 1884 and is best known for fitting their watches with chronometer movements. The popular Navitimer models have been the choice timepiece among aviators, while the SuperOcean models are preferred by divers and the nautical sporting crew.
Famously, James Bond was given a Breitling by “Q” in the 1965 movie Thunderball. The watch disappeared after the filming only to be discovered in 2012 and purchased from a car boot sale for GB£25. The watch then sold in a Christie’s auction for over GB£100,000. Also, comedian Jerry Seinfeld wore either a Breitling Navitimer or a Chronomat in every episode of the TV sitcom Seinfeld.
|Model Name:||Chrono Cockpit|
|Lug to Lug (mm):||43.5|
|Case to Case (mm):||37|
|Bezel Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Case Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Caseback Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Movement:||Automatic, Breitling signed, ETA 2892-A2 with Dubois Depraz Module, 38 Jewels|
|Functions:||Tachymeter, Screw Lock Crown, Chronograph, Quick Set Date, Date, Unidirectional Bezel|
|Bracelet/Fob Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Horologist Note:||Travel box and polishing cloth included; Bracelet is Breitling bullet style; Two extra links|
- Timekeeping accuracy not guaranteed.
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