The #Breitling #Chronomat 44 #GMT is quite the package; a #stylish and #gentlemanlike #watch which looks the part on any #wrist; a reliable and trustworthy #timepiece which tells an accurate #time for as much as two #timezones; a sporty timing device, which is done via the sophisticated #chronograph feature housed in the Manufacture Breitling Calibre 04 #movement!
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Patrouille Suisse, an internationally acclaimed Swiss aerobatic team, Breitling created the Chronomat 44 GMT. Established in 1964, the Patrouille Suisse is comprised of six aircrafts all of which American F-5E Tiger II fighter aircrafts. The timepiece commemorates 50-years of Patrouille Suisse’s accomplishments in its latest dual time Chronomat model. The timepiece is powered by a COSC certified Breitling Caliber B04 movement.
BREITLING NAVITIMER GMT Breitling announces a new version of one of its longest-running models, the Navitimer. The new watch is targeted towards travelers as it houses their in-house B04 movement which is their B01 with an added GMT function. Of course, the watch remains a toolwatch through and though with its circular slide rule and chronograph functionality. The case of the watch comes in at 48mm and will come in steel or 18k Red Gold.
Today's update has variety! 3 Breitling posted, including an early 90s Navitimer AVI, a very scarce Panerai Chrono (PAM215) with Lemania 1872 movement, a Patek Philippe Travel Time in white gold, and on the other end of the spectrum a Hamilton Below Zero Chrono. From Rolex we've posted an increasingly hard to get 16613 Submariner (c '06), a GMT-Master II (ca. '01), Yacht-Master 40mm ('04), and a stunning 18k Daytona with Tahitian Mother of Pearl dial.