The watches have a mechanical hand-wond "Cricket" alarm Manufacture and assemble by a master watchmaker with a prestigious "enamel" dial handcrafted made with portrait "The city of Jerusalem" Great collectible value-The series is offered for early sale.
Launched in 1952, the NAVITIMER by BREITLING has become a cult object. It has found its way through time intact, conceding nothing of its form or spirit. In uninterrupted production for over fifty years, is it now the oldest chronograph made anywhere in the world.
The new NAVITIMER WORLD adds an original dimension to this line of emblematic instruments. First of all, it is the largest NAVITIMER ever designed by BREITLING. By way of comparison, it is 10% bigger than the original NAVITIMER, while nonetheless ensuring excellent comfort on the wrist. However, the truly distinctive feature of the NAVITIMER WORLD lies in its second timezone display. Thanks to chronometer-certified Caliber 24, a highly readable dedicated hand indicates the time somewhere else around the globe, in the 24-hour mode. The caseback is engraved with the timezones of the world's great cities. Like all NAVITIMER models, the WORLD version is equipped with the inevitable circular slide rule for which this legendary chronograph is universally known.
25 jewels. 1/4th of a second chronograph, 30-minute and 12-hour totalizers. 24-hour 2nd timezone.Calendar. Case: steel. Limited series in rose or white gold. Water-resistant to 3 bars. Bidirectional rotating bezel with slide rule. Cambered sapphire crystal, glareproofed both sides. Diameter 46 mm.