Breitling Bentley Flying B N 3 Watch

Aug 11, 2010
Offered in a smaller version than its big predecessor Flying B Chronograph, the Breitling Bentley Flying B N 3 watch inherited all main features of its rectangular case. The model, however, acquired a special look due its totally redesigned dial.

A true piece of art, the Breitling watch accommodates a COSC-certified self-winding movement - 16B calibre, executed entirely in the brands workshops. Set with 30 rubies, this mechanism operates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour. The caliber drives the hours and minutes indications as well as the functions of small seconds and date.

The heart of the Bentley Flying B N 3 watch is beating inside an alluring case, sculptured in 18K red gold. It is assembled with a curved finely bevelled sapphire crystal, anti-glare on both sides. The case is also equipped with a screw-down crown. The watch is water-resistant up to 100 meters.

The silver storm dial features a knurled center. It is completed with hour-markers and Roman numeral XII, done in mother-of-pearl. The display also comprises a recessed square sub-dial, which serves to indicate small seconds. Located at 6 o clock, it is visually balanced by the double oversized date aperture, positioned at 12 o'clock.

The Breitling Bentley Flying B N 3 watch is presented on an 18K red gold bracelet, closed with a folding clasp.

The Breitling watch was launched in other versions. Rendered in steel or 18K white gold, the watch case can boast a Royal Ebony, Neptune, Silver Storm, Amber, Desert Dune or Bronze dial. These interpretations are accessorized with a speed B metallic bracelet, Barenia leather or crocodile leather straps.

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