New watch Bentley Breitling Tourbillon from limited edition was estimated at 52 thousand dollarsApril 7, 2021
The fashion accessory will be released in only 25 copies at a price of $ 52,000 per piece. The Swiss brand Breitling assisted in the work on the new model of Bentley watches.
The British automaker and the Swiss watchmaker have presented their new joint project – the luxury watch Premier B21 Chronograph Tourbillon 42 Bentley Limited Edition.
This is a modern version of the original model, which was produced in the 40s of the last century and was called the Breitling Premier. The idea for the design came from Willie Brightling, the grandson of the brand’s founder. In total, only 25 exclusive wristwatches will be produced.
The case will receive a size of 42 millimeters, and a real decoration will be red 18-karat gold. We also note the rectangular design of the buttons on the chronograph, the strap made of expensive crocodile leather in a noble honey shade. A special design of the back cover completes the image – it is made transparent to show the work of the entire mechanism. At the same time, a sapphire crystal was chosen to give the status.
However, the main thing in this watch is not precious metals, but a special chronograph caliber with a tourbillon and a cage that can be seen through the green dial. A tribute to the British racing green color associated with the creative partnership of Bentley-Breitling for 19 years.
The new watch also boasts a power reserve of about 55 hours and is water-resistant up to one hundred meters. New Bentley watches are already available in Europe.
They cost 52 thousand dollars.
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