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Breitling Perpetuel Sirius Steel Gold 18k. REF.00750

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Breitling Perpetuel Sirius Steel Gold 18k. REF.00750

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  • Marca: Breitling
  • Modelo: Perpetual Sirius Steel Gold 18k
  • Número: B62022
  • Gênero: Unisex , feminino
  • Características:  Relógio Ouro 18k e Aço Inox, com linda abertura para a data, lindo fundo preto contrastando. Bezel rotativo. Quartz de alta precisão.
  • Caixa: Aprox. 32 mm sem coroa, Aço Inox e Ouro 18k (bezel: 0, 15,30, 45 e coroa); Resistente á Agua: 100m; traseira rosqueada, gravado: Manufacture en Suisse – Perpetuel 100m – Breitling logo
  • Fundo: Mostrador Preto, batons e numeral 12 em ouro18k (lindo contraste), Janela tipo luneta para data, ponteiro de segundos com logo Breitling (ponteiros em ouro 18k). Inscrições: Breitling 1884 Perpetual Sirius
  • Pulseira: Breitling classica, tamanho grande (masculina), aço inox e ouro 18k com fecho rapido de segurança tipo deployant (gravado, logo, manufacture en Suisse patenteada
  • Comentários: Seminovo,  Oportunidade de aquisiçao de um clássico (ótimo estado); revisado.
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Description: 

Breitling Perpetuel Sirius Steel and Gold 18k, rotating bezel, steel and 18k outstanding men´s size gold bracelet 

Details

Basic Info

Listing number

 

Brand

BREITLING

Code

 

Movement

Swiss Quartz

Case material

Stainless Steel & 18k Gold

Bracelet material

Steel & 18k Gold

Year

1990/2000s

Condition

Mint

Gender

Unisex

Location

Brazil, São Paulo

Caliber

Movement

Quartz

Number of jewels

 

Case

Case material

Steel & 18k Gold

Case diameter

32mm

Glass

Sapphire

Dial

Black

Dial numerals

Gold

Bracelet/strap

Bracelet material

Steel & 18k Gold, men´s size

Bracelet color

Steel & 18k Gold

Clasp

Foldable Security deployant

Clasp material

Steel

  
pre-owned nice condition
    
Additional Information:

Product Details:

Breitling Perpetuel Sirius Steel Gold 18k 

 

Model Number: B62022

Movement: Quartz, swiss.

Case: approx. 32mm, Stainless steel and 18k Gold: Crown, Bezel details (0-15-30-45),

Bezel: Rotating stainless steel with 18k gold  bezel with markers (scale)  and lateral decorating screws.

Crystal: Scratch resistant sapphire crystal.

Dial: Black dial with 18k gold baton hour markers and 12 numeral; 0-60 inside dial scale; 18k gold hands. Date window (cyclops) below 3 o'clock ,large window.

Bracelet: Breitling famous Steel and 18k Gold with folding hidden clasp. Men´s size.

Condition: Excellent condition.

Box & Papers: no.

 About Breitling:

Breitling SA is a Swiss luxury watchmaker based in GrenchenSwitzerland. The company was founded in 1884 by Léon Breitling in Saint-Imier. Breitling is known for precision-made chronometers;

Historically, Breitling sourced movements from suppliers such as ValjouxETA, and Venus rather than producing movements in-house. In 2000s Breitling developed the B01, an in-house self-winding, column wheel chronograph movement, used in the Breitling Chronomat 01 and subsequently Navitimer 01.

The company fits certified chronometers in all models. Watches are usually marketed towards either diving (SuperOcean) or aviation (Navitimer). Aviation models such as the Navitimer offer aviation functions largely as complications, since their function in aviation has largely been replaced by modern electronic instruments. The styling of Breitling watches is characterized by polished cases, bracelets and large watch faces which are designed to improve readability. Many models have an automatic winding mechanism that is purely mechanical (i.e. using no electronic components) and frequently have complications.

In the 1940s, Breitling added a circular slide rule to the bezel of their chronograph models for use by aircraft pilots. This became the famous Navitimer model. During the 1950s and 1960s, a version of the Navitimer was offered by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association with the AOPA logo on the dial. In 1961, Scott Carpenter, one of the original astronauts in the Mercury space program, approached Breitling with the idea of incorporating a 24-hour dial instead of the normal 12-hour dial. This was needed because of the lack of day and night during space travel. Breitling complied, and produced the 24-hour Navitimer which Carpenter wore on his 1962 space flight. Breitling then proceeded to produce the 24-hour version as the so-called Cosmonaute Navitimer - under both Breitling and AOPA logos. By the 1990s, the use of logos for military aviation customers had also expanded to include various unit logos on the Aerospace and Chronospace Auto models, primarily those of squadrons and usually part of a group purchase by the pilots and navigators/flight officers of that particular unit.

The Breitling Emergency watch contains a radio transmitter for civil aviation use which broadcasts on the 121.5 MHz distress frequency and serves as a backup for ELT-type airborne beacons. For military users, the Emergency has a miniaturized transmitter operating on the 243.0 MHz military aviation emergency frequency. Under normal conditions—flat terrain or calm seas—the signal can be picked up at a range of up to 90 nautical miles (167 km) by search aircraft flying at 20,000 feet (6,000 m). Since 1 February 2009, the Cospas-Sarsat Satellite System has not monitored the 121.5/243.0 MHz frequency; however, the signal transmitted by the Emergency was never strong enough to be picked up by satellite, and Breitling has announced that, as these frequencies will still be monitored by aviation, particularly during the localization phase of a rescue attempt, there are no plans to modify the signal's frequency.

Reuters reported that in January 2003 two British pilots, Squadron Leader Steve Brooks and Flight Lieutenant Hugh Quentin-Smith, crashed their helicopter in Antarctica and were rescued after activating their Breitling Emergency transmitter watches.

The Emergency is available for customers who do not hold a pilot's licence, but they must sign an agreement stating that they will bear the full costs of a rescue intervention should they trigger the distress beacon.

The model was heavily advertised by the Breitling Orbiter 3—both Brian Jones and Bertrand Piccard were wearing the Emergency. Breitling sponsored the Orbiter 3 project, which in 1999 became the first balloon to completely orbit the Earth without landing. A commemorative Orbiter 3 version of the Emergency watch was subsequently produced, with a production run of 1,999.

Breitling sponsors aeronautical endeavors, including the first circumnavigation of the globe by balloon (Breitling Orbiter), the fixed-wing jet pack flights of Yves Rossyaerobatics teams including the Breitling Jet Team and Breitling Wingwalkers, and the Reno Air Races from 2002 to 2015. Breitling was a sponsor of Team Bentley during their Le Mans 24 Hours campaign, running from 2001 to 2003. To commemorate this, it created the Breitling Bentley 24 Le Mans Watch

In the 1965 James Bond movie Thunderball, Bond is given a Breitling Top Time by Q which contains a geiger counter that enables Bond to track down two stolen nuclear warheads. After the movie was filmed, the watch disappeared and later resurfaced in a car boot sale in England in 2012 where it was bought for GB£25. It later sold at Christie's auction house for over GB£100,000.

 

 

 

  
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