In 1952, Breitling Watches built up the Navitimer, a progressive wrist-worn chronograph that immediately turned into a backbone of each cockpit. It was worn by pilots for a portion of avionics’ most amazing advancements, because of an imaginative slide decide that empowered them to make all critical flight calculations. Breitling has now divulged the Navitimer Ref. 806 1959 Re-Edition, which praises a standout amongst the most notorious early plans of the Navitimer, re-rented precisely 60 years back.
Navitimer Re-Edition Limited to 1959 pieces
Carrying over to the legacy the luxury watch pieces will be all individually numbered and engraved on the case-back. The watch has many similarities to the original timepiece, for eg., the stainless-steel case, measuring precisely 40.9 millimeters, has been developed specifically for the Navitimer Ref. 806 1959 Re-Edition, with the same lugs profile and finish as the original Ref. 806. In fact, the watch is so similar to its original version that the only difference is the 3 Bar Water Resistance and the Super-LumiNova® coating.
FACTS ABOUT THE NEW BASELWORLD LAUNCH BREITLING WATCH:
NAVITIMER REF. 806 1959 RE-EDITION
As everyone knows, Breitling makes all its movements in-house and the quality of every watch is confirmed by its status as a COSC-certified chronometer, made in Switzerland. The in-house Breitling Manufacture Caliber B09 mechanical movement is based on the brand’s renowned in-house Manufacture Caliber 01 and is a COSC-certified chronometer. This movement will power many of the other hand-wound historical re-editions to come.