Flying B - Bold Newcomer to Breitling Family

Feb 14, 2007
The Breitling Company is one of the leading players in the Swiss horology. The company is regularly surprising its fans with new innovative additions to its watch collections. One of the newest watch models released by Breitling is the Flying B.

Breitling for Bentley
The remarkable timepiece has joined the famous Breitling for Bentley series. The name of the collection reflects the successful partnership between Breitling and Bentley, the British luxury car manufacturer. Since 2002, numerous Breitling top sellers were released under the name of the unique partnership.

The Flying B catches the eye due to its original rectangular case shape. The name of the model was suggested by the legendary emblem of the prestigious British manufacturer, Bentley. Bentley cars may be rightfully compared to real art creations, revealing meticulous attention to every minor detail. The Breitling luxurious and sophisticated timekeeping newcomer has been created according to the highest horological standards.

Distinctive Features
The case of the Flying B sports slightly curved rectangular lines. These lines remind of the sophisticated design of a coupe or cabriolet models. The Flying B model, despite its considerable size, reveals supreme elegance - it is designed to perfectly match any man's wrist. The timepiece is unconventional and classy at the same time.

The unusual feature of the timekeeper is not only the rectangular design. You will surely appreciate the original display mode that features a jumping hour mechanism. The seconds are displayed on an off-centred sub-dial positioned at 6 o'clock.

The timepiece has one more advantageous feature - it is water resistant down to 100 metres. The model is available in steel, 18-K pink gold and 18-K white gold.

Exceptional Movement
The same as every timepiece from the Breitling for Bentley collection, the Flying B is powered by an exceptional movement. The timekeeper has incorporated a self-winding Breitling Calibre 28B. The mechanism is officially chronometer-certified by the COSC.

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