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Breitling Chronomat 769 1st Generation Circa 1946

Breitling Chronomat Reference 769 217012

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Features:

1946 Breitling Chronomat 217012 with Stainless Steel Case and Venus 175 Manual Wind Movement. Signed Breitling on the Dial, Case and Movement. According to the Breitling Chronomat Booklet (not included), the Dials Allow All Mathematical Calculations to be Solved, Including : Elapsed Time from 1/5 Second to 45 Minutes The Speed of an Object (Tachymeter) The Distance Between Two Points (Telemeter) Percentages Prime Costs Fuel Consumption Interest Exchange Rates Pulse Rate, Metronome (Pulsimeter) Production Rate Multiplication, Division

Breitling Chronomat 217012

Breitling Chronomat Watches 808 769

Shown here are the reference 769 and 808 models.  These came with various combinations of case material including solid gold, stainless steel, chrome plated tops and gold plated tops. The dials can be used for various mathematical calculations which made them very useful for military, engineering, medial and production applications.  Calculations Include : Elapsed Time […]

Breitling 790 Premier Chronograph Circa 1940

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Breitling 790 Features:

Classic Breitling Chronograph Watch with Large Stainless Steel Case and Venus Caliber 175 Swiss Made Movement. Signed Breitling on the Dial, and Movement. Proper Breitling Case Reference 790 Stamped On Back. This Model Pre-Dates the Premier Model by a Few Years. Don’t Be Fooled by the Counterfeit Breitling Signatures Stamped on the Cases and Movements of Watches Coming out of Latin America and Asia. This watch is Guaranteed Authentic.

Breitling Chronomat 808 Chronograph 217012

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Features:

Collectible Breitling 2nd Generation Chronomat with Gold Filled Case and Rare Original Black Dial. According to the Breitling Chronomat Booklet (not included), the Dials Allow All Mathematical Calculations to be Solved, Including:

  • Elapsed Time from 1/5 Second to 45 Minutes
  • The Speed of an Object (Tachymeter)
  • The Distance Between Two Points (Telemeter)
  • Percentages Prime Costs Fuel Consumption
  • Interest Exchange Rates
  • Pulse Rate, Metronome (Pulsimeter)
  • Production Rate
  • Multiplication, Division

Britix Vintage Men’s Chronograph Watch

Britix Vintage Chronograph Watch

Britix Vintage Chronograph Features:

Fine example of a circa 1950 Britix Vintage Chronograph Watch With Original Dial, 34.5mm Case and Landeron 48 Manual Wind Movement.  Triple Signed Britix on the Dial, Case and Movement.  Some have discussed whether or not Britix had any relationship to Breitling and the only thing I can find is that both Britix and Breitling had a relationship with Wakmann in Manhattan which acted as their USA importer.