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Breitling Navitimer Montbrillant Datora - weißes Blatt mit schwarzem Krokolederband.

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Wenn, dann nur die Breitling Navitimer Montbrillant Datora mit weißem Zifferblatt und schwarzem Krokoband. Nur die. Keine andere.
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Guter Geschmack - sehr stilvolle Uhr.
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Breitling ist sowieso Klasse! Und Qualität sieht man auch!!!
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conquest longines En dehors de la trotteuse du chronographe qui est une très fine baguette, les aiguilles sont toutes de type feuille. Toutes sont en or jaune, et, ce qui devient une habitude avec Breitling, très bien réalisées. Un examen à la loupe x10 montre la qualité de l'usinage. Les aiguilles des heures et des minutes sont recouvertes de peinture luminescente, d'un vert très clair, sur une large partie. Cette peinture est du même type que la Luminova, c'est à dire qu'elle n'est pas auto-luminescente mais doit être chargée avec une source de lumière pour briller dans le noir. Elle s'acquitte de la tâche avec beaucoup d'efficacité : 10 seconde à la lumière et elle brille avec une très forte intensité pendant plusieurs heures. 5 secondes de Soleil, et elle devient une véritable lampe de poche, rivalisant sans problème avec la Omega Seamaster Pro !



Breitling Navitimer 1461 Limited Edition Blue Watch Hands-On

Breitling Navitimer 1461 Limited Edition Blue Watch Hands-On

For 2013, Breitling has released a very attractive blue version of the already rather rare Navitimer 1461 model. An interesting item, we take a hands-on look at this stunning piece. Let me address something first. If other watch writers are anything like me, there is one particular request (aside from "what watch should I buy?") that annoys us. That is to write an article or sum up current "watch trends." This is what happens when watches get mixed into the abyssal pool that is fashion, which apparently needs to reinvent itself each quarter else something chaotic happens - such as a mass neglect of wearing clothing amongst otherwise civilized human beings. The majority of watches I prefer to pay attention to are designed to look cool forever. Perhaps not all are timeless, but they have appeal (and ideally longevity) beyond this season.

If you'll notice, we tend to not write about "fashion watches." A segment of typically inexpensive watches so unfairly named because they make actual fashionable watches look bad. "Fashion watch" is a polite term used to describe most of the illegitimate wrist trash unsuitable for people with much taste or knowledge. It isn't about money either, if your budget is $200 there is plenty out there for you too that isn't a rapidly cobbled together design using elements from 12 popular "big name watches" into a final result that even Frankenstein would shun. So allow me to sum up: "fashion watches" aren't fashionable, and I am sorry to report there aren't new magical "watch trends" each few months that merit an in-depth round-up of exemplary pieces. How does this tie into the Breitling's limited edition Navitimer 1461? It doesn't, but by mere virtue that the watch is blue - and so are a few others this year- means it will be the unfortunate victim of being of being put into some "blue watch round-up." Worse yet, I may even be among those people cajoled into penning such an article.

Breitling Navitimer 1461 Limited Edition Blue Watch Hands-On Hands-On

Breitling Navitimer 1461 Limited Edition Blue Watch Hands-On Hands-On

Just because the Navitimer 1461 has a blue dial and comes with an optional blue strap does not alone mean that it has anything in common with other blue watches. Imagine if I did an article about ten completely different cars that just happen to have black paint jobs. Would I have any reason then to assume the color black somehow ties these otherwise disparate vehicles together? No. So a little advice for consumer publications that feel it necessary to cater to your watch brand advertisers in the form of editorial, please don't have a fashion editor dream up ways to discuss what is new in the world of horology with your readers. This will no doubt result in a not-so-lengthy discourse of the timeless virtues of the color orange.

Now that I've gotten that off my chest and hopefully saved many watches from round-up abuse, I'd like to return my gaze to this lovely new watch from our high-flying friends at Breitling. The Navitimer collection ideally requires no introduction. If it does, allow me to point you to our descriptive article here on how slide-rule bezels work (that features a Navitimer). While that article won't shed light on Breitling's history with flight, it will help explain what made the Navitimer so popular in the pre-digital calculator age. Today, the slide-rule bezel is still taught to at least some pilots (confirms astronaut Mark Kelly). You may find it interesting to see how this instrument works even if you never end up having a chance to use it. Always good to be prepared right? Most other Navitimer watches are outfitted with a movement that tells the time and has a chronograph. The Navitimer 1461 is a bit different though.

Breitling Navitimer 1461 Limited Edition Blue Watch Hands-On Hands-On

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  • Panagiotis

    Keep the blue ones coming Ariel! Although I prefer the simpler Navi Blue Sky, there’s something about blue tool (i.e. not dress) watches that I find very appealing–this and the blue speedmaster would look fantastic for the Winter 2013 collection (kidding!)

  • ChisboraRaduIonut

    there’s something special about blue dials…

  • Ulysses31

    Breitling still has the talent for producing the most ugly slide-rule based watches i’ve ever seen.  I love blue, but blue doesn’t save it.  That white ring will never look good – it’s like white piping on your early-eighties tracksuit – so terribly uncool and dated.  If you need the functions and don’t mind finding your way around that bird’s nest of markings then go for it.  My eyes would feel better if I scoured them with wire wool than looking at this thing for prolonged periods.  The one bit I like (but wouldn’t find very useful) is the moonphase.  That part of the watch, and the text underneath, looks classy.

  • Kris C

    woah woah woah – hang on a minute. This watch is ok and the article was great, but I need to clarify something – I wanted a 1997 Mclaren F1 in black. I couldn;t finmd one (or… afford it…), but I did find a black Toyota Corolla in black, so I bought it – their both black. You’re saying its not the same basic car?

  • Panagiotis

    Kris C Were they both featured on the same “Xtreme Black is the new Black” article of GQ in 1997? If so then congrats! If not, well….

  • Tekky

    Ariel, how many drinks did you have before writing the first few paragraphs?