The new Breitling for Bentley Mark VI Complications 29 is a true marvel of miniaturization. Only very few master watchmakers are expertised enough to be able to create timepieces of the same complexity level. The sophisticated Breitling chronograph comprised about 500 parts.
The perpetual calendar of the watch is programmed to take account of leap-year variations and displays the following: date, day, week, month, season and phases of the moon.
As one more feature reflecting the noble character of the Breitling for Bentley, the Mark VI Complications 29 has been crafted exclusively in 18K rose gold and platinum. The new model will be launched in strictly limited editions of 250 rose gold pieces and 100 platinum ones.
The case of the new Breitling for Bentley Mark VI Complications 29 measures 42 mm in diameter. It is 100-meter (30-feet) water-resistant. It is equipped with a screw-locked crown. Its convex sapphire crystal is glare proofed on both sides. The dials of the model are of either Silver-Storm or Burnt-Oak shades. Barenia leather or crocodile leather straps add the final touch to the overall image of the Breitling for Bentley.
In the heart of the Breitling watch there beats Breitling Calibre 29B, a self-winding movement, characterized by high-frequency of 28,000 vibrations per hour. The mechanism with 38 jewels features 1/4th of a second chronograph, 30-minute and 12-hour totalizers.
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