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The Breitling Navitimer has been the world’s most highly regarded pilot’s watch since 1952. The Navitimer Automatic 41 effortless­ly blends some of the features of the iconic model with its prominent new dial, promising to make it an instant classic. The watch also features Breitling’s familiar circular slide rule and distinctive beaded bidirectional bezel, a 41-millimeter stain­less-steel case, and a clean three-hand dial.

Commenting on this model, Aed Adwan, Managing Director, Breitling Middle East, India and Africa said: ''The Middle East region is a hub for travel and the Navitimer Automatic 41 is an ideal companion for the cosmopolitan traveller. Its fresh, contemporary look draws much of its inspiration from the iconic Navitimer Ref. 806 and the Reference 66, a three-handed Navitimer we launched back in the 1950s. This watch will never go out of style. We decided to produce this much-loved model in a striking red version, for our travel enthusiasts who wish to stand out from the crowd.’’

The watch also features a blacktipped central seconds hand, and there is a date window at the 6 o’clock position on the dial. The hour markers, as well as the hour and minute hands, are coated with Super-LumiNova®, a luminescent material that ensures easy reading in all lighting conditions. The special edition features a caseback engraving which states ‘Middle East Edition’.

The stainless-steel watch is presented on a brown alligator strap, with pin or folding buckle, complementing the dial. The Navitimer Automatic 41 is powered by the ­Breitling Caliber 17, an automatic movement with a power reserve of approximately 38 hours, and like all Breitling watches it is COSC-certified – an independent verification that guarantees its ac­curacy and reliability.

The Special-Edition Navitimer Automatic 41 is now available across the Breitling Middle East distribution network.


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