BRETILING NAVITIMER REF. 806 ROYAL JORDANIAN ARMY
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In 1915, Breitling unveiled the first wristwatch chronograph.
The firm specializes in the field of chronometry for competitive sport in the automobile and aviation industries.
The Navitimer created in 1952 is the watch of pilots par excellence. Navitimer is the contraction of “Navigation” and “Timer”, a watch made famous thanks to its bezel with circular slide rule created in 1942 for the Chronomat model.
It calculates consumption rates, rise time, conversion to miles / miles, nautical / kilometers, etc.
The Navitimer ref 806 is very popular with collectors, it is closely involved in the history of aviation.
The proposed model has a particularity that outperforms it compared to a classic Navitimer.
This is a staffing watch for the Royal Jordanian Army with engraving at the back of the case.
Round steel case.
Black dial with painted luminescent stick indexes.
Chronograph with three counters with minutes totalizer at 3 o’clock, the hours at 6 o’clock and permanent second hand at 9 o’clock.
Date by outpost at 4:30.
This rare model is in a superb condition, a historical watch that will inspire Breitling for all its upcoming models.
This particular mythical watch is a model of choice at Breitling specializes in chronometry.