Replica Breitling Premier Chronograph Top Time Limited Edition, re-engraved from the Top Time antique watch from the 1960s, the prototype watch design concept is very clear, that is, to meet the needs of young and active professionals to design an ultra-modern chronograph watch. This is the case for Top Time watches. born. This sports watch is not only well received by this group, but also attracts the favor of young female consumers. The bold and novel lines and undeniable elegance of the watch make them deeply fascinated.
After more than half a century, Breitling upgraded this watch and brought it back to people’s vision. The new watch is made of stainless steel and has a diameter of 41 mm. The most recognizable thing about this watch is its dial. This dial design is called the Zorro dial. Just like Zorro’s eye mask, this design breaks through the conventions and shows a bold style. There is a small seconds counter at 9 o’clock on the dial, and a 30-minute cumulative counter with a unique red mark at 3 o’clock. The red hour and minute hands, and dot hour markers are all coated with luminous material to ensure that the watch is legible under any lighting conditions. There is also a decimal scale on the inside of the outer ring. More Breitling Premier clone watches.
Replica Breitling Premier Chronograph Top Time Limited Edition Watch A23310121G1X1
Case Size 41 mm
Case Material Steel
Dial Color Silver
Band Material Leather
Breitling Premier B01 Chronograph replica, the Breitling Premier collection released in 2018 as part of Georges Kern’s product portfolio falls into the revamped vintage category. Breitling Premier B01 Chronograph 42 is certainly a watch that stands true to this statement. The Premier B01 Chronograph 42 is a modern take on the vintage piece released initially in the 1940’s; the Breitling Premier Chronograph reference 790. Back when the Breitling Premier Chronograph reference 790 was released, several countries worldwide were involved in World War II. During this period in history, people would look to the golden age of cinema and other forms of entertainment to escape from the realities of World War II.