The Breitling Navitimer Caliber 01 will be released in November 2010 and available in steel (2,000 pieces) and 18 carat red gold (200 pieces) with Breitling’s first in-house movement, the COSC-certified Caliber 01. It has a 43mm case and a transparent case back, showcasing the watch’s movement. The dial features red numbers for date display and a red hand chronograph second hand. Each timepiece is individually numbered on the middle case at 9 o’clock.
The Navitimer was first introduced in 1952 with its defining feature being a circular slide rule, making it popular with pilots and aviation enthusiasts. The “Cosmonaute” version was the first space-going wrist chronograph (accompanying Scott Carpenter on his flight aboard the Aurora 7 capsule in 1962). Breitling also claims that the Navitimer is the world’s oldest mechanical chronograph still in production.
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