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Breitling for Bentley

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April 3, 2006

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April 4, 2006 Please forgive us - BaselWorld 2006 is currently happening and we’re suckers for a bit of classy bling and it don’t come classier or blingier than the “Breitling for Bentley” collection, the latest of which is this original red gold rectangular watch, featuring the British motoring marque's historic emblem on the back. Shown for the first time at the world's largest watch and jewelery fair, the sophisticated character of this new exceptional timekeeper is enhanced by its imposing size - it could never be mistaken for a womens watch. If Ian Fleming were alive today, 007 might just find himself wearing one of these. The refined dial features an original display thanks to the jumping hours mechanism and the seconds indicator on a small off-centre dial. Also available in white gold and steel.

April 4, 2006 Please forgive us - BaselWorld 2006 is currently happening and we’re suckers for a bit of classy bling and it don’t come classier or blingier than the “Breitling for Bentley” collection, the latest of which is this original red gold rectangular watch, featuring the British motoring marque's historic emblem on the back. Shown for the first time at the world's largest watch and jewelery fair, the sophisticated character of this new exceptional timekeeper is enhanced by its imposing size - it could never be mistaken for a womens watch. If Ian Fleming were alive today, 007 might just find himself wearing one of these. The refined dial features an original display thanks to the jumping hours mechanism and the seconds indicator on a small off-centre dial. Also available in white gold and steel.

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