Breitling Navitimer Montbrillant A41330

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  • Condition: Excellent
  • Model: A41330
  • Movement: Automatic
  • Strap Length: 190mm
  • Scope: Box & Papers
  • Year: 2005
  • Case Width: 38mm
  • Listing ID: SD032926
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This watch is in excellent condition. There is a small scratch on the crystal at 12 o'clock.

Watch comes with original box, outer box booklets, hang tag and dated warranty card.

Breitling's iconic Navitimer might just be the most recognisable pilots watch on the market. Its name, a portmanteau of 'navigation' and 'timer', points squarely to its intended use as a pilot's tool. First released to the public in 1954, it was produced with a plethora of dial variations. While many had the 'Navitimer' text, some were signed with 'Geneve' or 'Cosmonaute' writing.

The most recognisable feature, however, is the slide rule bezel that allowed pilots to make on-the-go calculations using their watches. While it's since been superseded by electronic computers, but its presence on Breitling's watches still provide a reminder of just how challenging of a field aviation was.


Originally founded in 1884, Breitling was a pioneer in chronograph watches. The company's first chronograph wristwatch was created in 1915, although the most significant development was the separation of the start and stop functions from the reset pusher. This meant that a user could stop the chronograph and continue it later without having to reset the function.

Breitling today is best known for its dependable watches, built with everyday use in mind. While other watchmakers may chase slimness or complications, Breitling mostly creates watches to be worn without fuss.
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