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Navitimer B01 Automatic Chronograph 46mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. AB0127211C1A1
$9,160
BREITLING
Chronomat B01 Bentley Edition Automatic Chronograph 42mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. AB01343A1L1A1
$8,100
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Chronomat B01 Automatic Chronograph 42mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. AB0134101G1A1
$8,100
BREITLING
Premier Automatic Chronograph 42mm Stainless Steel and Nubuck Watch, Ref. No. A13315351B1X1
$6,050
BREITLING
Exospace B55 SuperQuartz 46mm Titanium Watch
$9,665
BREITLING
Navitimer 01 Chronograph 43mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. AB012012/BB01
$9,160
BREITLING
Aviator 8 B01 Curtiss Warhawk Automatic Chronograph 43mm Stainless Steel and Canvas Watch, Ref. No. AB01192A1L1X2
$7,960
BREITLING
Navitimer 8 B01 Automatic Chronograph 43mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. AB01171A1G1P1
$7,710
LIMITED EDITION
BREITLING
Premier Automatic Chronograph 42mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. A13315351C1A1
$6,550
BREITLING
Premier Chronograph 42mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. A13315351B1A1
$6,550
BREITLING
Premier Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel and Nubuck Watch, Ref. No. A37340351G1X1
$4,250
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Navitimer 8 Automatic Chronograph 43mm Black Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. M13314101B1X1
$6,850
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Space Time

In 1962, a version of the Navitimer designed alongside pioneering Nasa astronaut Mr Scott Carpenter, pictured above, joined the original classic a decade after its own lift-off. An important feature was its 24-hour dial, because in space, orbiting the Earth several times a day, it was impossible to distinguish between day and night. Mr Carpenter wore his so-called Cosmonaute on 24 May, during his mission aboard Aurora 7.

INNOVATIONS
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The Watch Lab

Since 2009, the Breitling Chronométrie factory in La Chaux-de-Fonds has practiced cutting-edge in-house manufacturing techniques, from repurposing the heat from its milling machines to warm the factory to examining components with an electron microscope, to commissioning a custom assembly from a blood-analysis lab.

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The Battery

In 2009, Breitling’s rescue-beacon Emergency watch needed upgrading to accommodate for the new standard frequency for distress signals. No battery small yet powerful enough existed, so Breitling came up with one. It was so advanced they didn’t actually patent it, out of concern that it might pique the interest of mobile phone companies.

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The Double Pusher

The innovations achieved by Breitling during the early 20th century’s pioneering days of flight are too many to list here, but include a sensational world-first that became the industry norm: a wristwatch with two chronograph pushers rather than one, allowing times to be measured in sequence.

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