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Breitling Chronomat B01

Breitling Chronomat B01

by Breitling

This model uses the in-house Breitling manufacture movement.This watch is in excellent condition and comes with the original box and papers. We offer a one-year warranty on all our pre-owned inventory.

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Specifications

Status

Preowned

List Price

$10800.00

Vendor SKU

AB011012/B967-SS

Bracelet

Stainless steel link Breitling Speed bracelet with deployant clasp.

Case

Water resistant 43.5mm stainless steel case. Screw down crown and screw down pushers. Sapphire crystal and closed caseback. Rotating steel bezel with minute graduations.

Movement

Breitling B01 calibre manufacture chronograph movement. COSC certified chronometer.

Dial

Black dial with silver subdials. Applied hour markers. Luminescent hands and hour markers. Internal tachymeter scale.

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