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Breitling - Navitimer 1884

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Issued in a 1,884-piece limited series, the new Breitling Navitimer 1884 (in that year Léon Breitling founded the company) combines the famous aviation slide rule with a calendar featuring a pointer-type date display and twin day/month apertures used by the brand since the 1940s.


The all-black dial is created using the traditional "épargne" process applied to a solid silver base for enhanced radiance and readability. It features the circular aviation slide rule introduced in 1952 that contributed to the success of the Navitimer model among pilots and aviation enthusiasts.



The twin apertures at 12 o’clock display the day and the month while the date is indicated by a central pointer tipped with a moon crescent.


The small seconds subdial at 9 o’clock provides an additional 24-hour display intended to facilitate calendar adjustment by distinguishing between day and night.

The 46 mm stainless steel case houses a 4 Hz (28,800 vph) self winding chronograph movement which is chronometer-certified by the COSC (Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute). The watch is water resistant to a pressure of 3 bars.


In addition to the choice of a bracelet or a leather strap, this model is also available with a new black rubber strap featuring an aircraft tire-tread motif. The retail price of the Breitling Navitimer 1884 (ref. A2135024) is around Euro 7,800. breitling.com


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