SIGNATURE / March 2019

Style in The Sky

The Breitling Navimeter in particular has been the sought after watch for those in the flight business. And with the new Breitling Navimeter 1 Automatic 38 being added to the collection, the timepiece is poised to attract new group of enthusiast. The Navitimer 1 Automatic 38 is part of a legendary watch family, but it has its own personality, harking back to the 1950s when Breitling introduced the Reference 66, a three-hand Navitimer. The chronograph now comes in a 38 millimeter case, which is perfectly sized both for men who prefer smaller watches and for the many women who, over the years, have asked us to create a Navitimer with a smaller diameter. The newest addition to the family featured a distinctly elegant look. Its easy-to-master aviation slide rule has long been associated with Breitling’s Navitimer. In its heart the beats the Breitling Caliber 17, with its dual-acting ball-bearing rotor, it offers at least 40 hours of power reserve and is COSC-certified. The machine is encased in a stainless-steel case that features a bidirectional stainless-steel bezel, and a screwed caseback. The timepiece comes with either a black or blue dial and matching alligator leather straps. This model is also available with a silver dial in a stainless-steel version, with a luxurious 18 k red gold bezel and a brown alligator leather strap. The newest addition to the collection will sure to impress new enthusiast with its aesthetic brilliance, and its Navitimer pedigree.