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Let's see your Breitling.

Let's see your Breitling.

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phumy

4,090 posts

143 months

Monday 27th August 2012
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And heres my trio of Breitlings


neilbauer

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2,167 posts

89 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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steve1 said:
Here's my navitimer world with some of its friends, sadly the tissot and omega are no longer there, ( hopefully being replaced by a B&R 02-92 if i can find one ), and the g-shock lives up the right way now.
The Navitmer is lovely and glad the riseman is the right way up now wink that lump of gold could easily be a new watch with scrap prices the way they are biggrin

neilbauer

Original Poster:

2,167 posts

89 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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phumy said:
And heres my trio of Breitlings

This is a nice box of watches smile

phumy

4,090 posts

143 months

Thursday 30th August 2012
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Thanks, ive collected them over the last 7 years.

AndrewWF

280 posts

48 months

Thursday 30th August 2012
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Dr JonboyG said:
Those hands aren't that much pinker than the ones on mine, which also dates from ~1970. I wouldn't doubt it's original.
The Breitling Museum may be interested in that if you wanted to move it on?
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Dr JonboyG

2,360 posts

145 months

Thursday 30th August 2012
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AndrewWF said:
The Breitling Museum may be interested in that if you wanted to move it on?
It was an engagement present from my wife, but I'll mention the idea and see what she thinks biggrin. If you have their contact details could you pass them along please?

amnesia182

486 posts

68 months

Thursday 30th August 2012
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Just in today...



Will dig the DSLR out later wink

AndrewWF

280 posts

48 months

Thursday 30th August 2012
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Dr JonboyG said:
It was an engagement present from my wife, but I'll mention the idea and see what she thinks biggrin. If you have their contact details could you pass them along please?
I'm not sure I should give you any more details, for your own safety!

Try valerie.burgat@breitling.com

neilbauer

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2,167 posts

89 months

Thursday 30th August 2012
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amnesia182 said:
Just in today...



Will dig the DSLR out later wink
Is it comfortable with the co-pilot?

W4X LG

986 posts

96 months

Sunday 2nd September 2012
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My Bentley arrived yesterday! cloud9


Untitled by lukegodbold, on Flickr


Untitled by lukegodbold, on Flickr

neilbauer

Original Poster:

2,167 posts

89 months

Sunday 2nd September 2012
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Another pic of my Avenger Seawolf wink


neilbauer

Original Poster:

2,167 posts

89 months

Sunday 2nd September 2012
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[quote=W4X LG]My Bentley arrived yesterday! cloud9


Untitled by lukegodbold, on Flickr

Very nice biggrin

GALLARDOGUY

8,160 posts

125 months

Sunday 2nd September 2012
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Another Bentley from me.


WelshnThirsty

629 posts

157 months

Sunday 2nd September 2012
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Superocean Heritage


tranter5

349 posts

70 months

Sunday 2nd September 2012
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My Breitling Bentley GT bought used last month, bought it to sell on but since wearing it can't take it off looks stunning!












E24man

1,982 posts

85 months

Sunday 2nd September 2012
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amnesia182 said:
Just in today...



Will dig the DSLR out later wink
Just as a question what time zone do you have the co-pilot set to?

For those not in the know they are usually set to GMT/UTC but the Breitling B-1 already has 3 time zones; T-1, T-2 and UTC.

Best in black like you have though, makes the display windows disappear more than the other colour faces.

GGibbo

147 posts

82 months

Monday 3rd September 2012
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Here's mine


The only disappointing thing is how easily the strap gets scratched

chris5150

544 posts

106 months

Monday 3rd September 2012
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Well this is a first for me, never owned a brietling before, infact its the one brand I particularly disliked, I suppose due to overexposure & maybe a certain amount of 'blingness'
But seems I have to eat humble pie as I fell for one.....big booger at 49mm, but liking the bronze retro thing with it....

amnesia182

486 posts

68 months

Monday 3rd September 2012
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E24man said:
Just as a question what time zone do you have the co-pilot set to?

For those not in the know they are usually set to GMT/UTC but the Breitling B-1 already has 3 time zones; T-1, T-2 and UTC.

Best in black like you have though, makes the display windows disappear more than the other colour faces.
It's set to UTC... 24hr dial is a bit weird to get used to, though.

It is just as comfortable with the UTC as with the standard fighter bracelet... can't tell any difference in the weight. Not sure if there's even anything in it.

dibblecorse

3,453 posts

98 months

Tuesday 4th September 2012
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Big cat taming ...... smile meet Luigi ....