Breitling for Bentley Watch The Bentley 6.75

Bentley’s largest engine, the 6.75, powers the exclusive collection of Arnage limousines and was produced in Crew, England in the Bentley workshop. So when Bentley and Breitling decided to team up and make the Breitling for Bentley line of watches, there was no question that the Breitling For Bentley watch the, Bentley 6.75, would be created.

Large is the idea behind the Bentley 6.75 watch which includes a large aperture calendar. Hand assembled by Breitling, the Bentley 6.75 has received the COSC chronometer certification which guaranties is class, accuracy, and dependability.

In a choice of steel or yellow gold, the Bentley 6.75 Breitling chronograph is also available in a limited edition rose gold. Other technical specifications include a Breitling Calibre 44 B and self-winding movement. The movement of the Breitling fro Bentley watch, the Bentley 6.75, also includes a high frequency vibration (28,800 vibrations per hour) and 1/4th of a second chronograph, 30-minute and 12-hour totalizers.

Adorned with 38 jewels, the Breitling for Bentley, Bentley 6.75, comes in many case colors but all cases include a special decorated back and up to 100 meters of water resistance. The screw locked crown is not the only feature of the case, the Bentley 6.75 case has a rotating in pinion bezel with variable tachometer or circular slide-rule. The cases of each Breitling watch also boast cambered sapphire crystal which is glareproofed on both sides.

The color options for the Bentley 6.75 are immense. You can get the Breitling watch dials in Royal Ebony, Anthracite, Neptune, Silver Storm, Laurel Green, Bronze, and Grey Violet. A yellow gold version or rose gold version is also available for the dials for the Royal Ebony and Silver Storm watches. The strap is also versatile available in berenia leather, crocodile leather, or the Breitling rubber/Speed bracelet.

Breitling Titanium Bracelets

breitling professional aerospace titanium watch
Want a durable Breitling watch? How about a Breitling Professional Aerospace made out of Titanium? The first thing most people think of when they hear the word “Titanium” is a superhero, usually the “man of steel” himself, Superman. But before we get visions of flying around the globe fighting crime with our Titanium Breitling watch check out a few facts about Titanium and how awesome it was for Breitling to include it as an option:

Titanium…

is a chemical element with a symbol of Ti and an atomic number of 22
is light, tough, radiant, corrosion resistant, a transition metal, and silver
can be alloyed with iron, vanadium, aluminum, and many other elements
when alloyed it is used for missiles, jet engines, chemical plants, cars, prostheses, implants, sporting goods, jewelry, mobile phone, and much more
unalloyed is just as strong as other steels but 45% lighter

Titanium

But Titanium, although one of the coolest features of the Breitling Professional Aerospace watch, it’s not the only feature. This Breitling watch comes with a Breitling 79, SuperQuartz(TM) movement, EOL indicator, 1/100th second chronograph, a digital display with day and date programmed for up to 4 years, 330 feet of water resistance, unidirectional and ratcheted crown, and sapphire glareproofed crystal on both sides… just to name a few.