Breitling Montbrilliant WatchOn October 10, 2008 by breiblog
Black Breitling Montbrilliant Watch
The Breitling Montbrilliant is not only a watch, but a time machine that goes back to the 1940’s. It’s obvious that Breitling loves to add touches of company history and rich heritage to their watches, and the Breitling Montbrilliant watch was not an objection. According to www.breitling.com, the Breitling Montbrilliant reminds the company of their 1st chronograph factor in La Chaux-de-fonds.
Looking back in Breitling and watch making history; the hands of the Breitling Montbrilliant watch follow the traditional central one-hundredth of an hour indication…the dial was even crafted using the outdated “epargne” method. The Breitling Montbrilliant watch also has a screwed in case with the Breitling logo that was only in use until the mid 20th century.
Under the hood of this classic Breitling watch is still 21st Century technology. The Breitling Montbrilliant watch has a Breitling 41 caliber, self-winding mechanical movement, 42 hour power reserve, 1/4th second, 30 minutes, and 12 hour chronograph, 28,800 vibrations per hour, 38 jewels, dial aperture calendar, water resistance of up to 3 bars, bidirectional bezel with side rule, non screw-locked crown with two gaskets, screwed in back, sapphire crystal glareproofed on both sides, and a 38.mm diameter.
The Breitling Montbrilliant watch above is a self-winding chronograph with a steel case, black dial, black leather strap, and tang-type buckle.