This Breitling Old Navitimer II Ref. D13322 from 2000 is in great condition with minimal wear. At 42mm in diameter and 14.2mm in thickness it wears true to its origin. This specific reference of the Navitimer was in production between 1993-2002.
The polished case is casted in stainless steel with an 18k yellow gold bezel. The dial is a classic deep black with gold and red writing for easy reading, it also features an external 60 track in white. Three sub-dials are located at 12, 6 & 9 o'clock in white. Protecting the dial is a sapphire scratch and glare resistant crystal. The watch is powered by Breitling's own Calibre. 13, a self-winding mechanical movement with an approximate 42-hour power reserve. The date display is located at the 3 o'clock position. It comes on its original polished stainless bracelet with Breitling branding on the clasp, there are minor scratches on the bracelet and clasp. Overall the watch is in great condition with minimal scratches, it comes with its original box, paperwork and accessories.
Breitling Navitimer History:
Arguably one of the most iconic chronograph's every produced. The Breitling Navitimer made its debut in 1952. Targeted at pilots, its name combines the words “navigation” and “timer.” Its most distinguishing feature is of course its flight-specific slide rule bezel. The slide rule allows pilots to calculate average speed, fuel consumption and climbing speeds.