Breitling Galactic Chronograph II (A1336410M512131S)

  • Catalog:
    Galactic
  • Brand:
    Breitling
  • Item SKU:UVI65059BWG
  • Status:
    In Stock
  • Model:
    A1336410M512131S
  • Name:Galactic Chronograph II
  • Case:Stainless steel
  • Dial:Graphite
  • Movement:Automatic
  • Watch Label:Swiss Made
  • Produced:2011 - 2012
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Breitling Galactic Chronograph II (A1336410M512131S)
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Case

  • Material:Stainless steel
  • Bezel:Compass
  • Glass:Sapphire
  • Back:Closed
  • Shape:Round
  • Diameter:44.00 mm
  • W_R:300.00 m

Dial

  • Color:Graphite
  • Indexes:Stick / Dot
  • Hands:Stick

Movement

  • Breitling's bread & butter, tried & tested chronograph movement. Based on Valjoux / ETA 7750. Versions with both date as well as day & date exist; most of the B13 however only display the date.
  • Type:Automatic
  • Brand:Breitling
  • Caliber:B13
  • Base:ETA 7750
  • Display:Analog
  • Diameter:30.00 mm
  • Jewels:25
  • Reserve:42 h
  • Frequency:28800 bph
  • Time:Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds
  • Date:Date
  • Chronograph:Chronograph

Breitling A1336410M512131S Watch Description:

GALACTIC CHRONOGRAPH II

In opting to house a selfwinding chronograph movement chronometer-certified by the COSC (Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute), the Galactic has lost nothing of its elegance and its refined luxury. Its powerful yet understated steel case, water-resistant to 300 meters (1,000 ft), alternates between polished edges and satin-brushed tops. The bezel with its compass bears engraved numerals featuring an exclusive design as well as four large markers representing the cardinal points. An excellent way of charting a course towards true class and performance.


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Breitling Galactic Chronograph II (A1336410M512131S)

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  • Watch Fairs - Tales of Two Cities


    WORLDTEMPUS - 28 February 2011


    A mere two months separate the biggest watch trade fairs – which could well be termed the Grand Slams of Horology: The weeks in which Geneva (Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, Geneva Time Exhibition and satellite presentations) and Basel (Baselworld and parallel showrooms) are on undoubtedly represent the two biggest dates of the year. Yet they are so different.
    In Geneva, luxury and space were the concepts behind the advent of the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in 1990; Basel was, and still is, too big and crowded, but its Babylonic effervescence contributes to the unique aura of an event first staged in 1917.
    So, what lies ahead? Who will be the protagonists and stars of the city on the Rhine? New products for Basel are already being unveiled through press releases and as-yet embargoed information – but there are still a lot of question marks: will Rolex come up with an updated Daytona Cosmograph? What kind of new concept watch is TAG Heuer going to introduce? Which incident will restless Jean-François Ruchonnet induce this year after setting his Snyper booth on fire last year?


    Remains of the winter
    The beginning of springtime in Basel will certainly show a lot of inventiveness through independent watchmakers and iconoclastic products from niche brands eager to draw attention to themselves – but there will also be an extension of the trends on exhibit in Geneva in January: the neo-retro/new-vintage craze, streamlined models conceived during the apex of the European economic crisis to satisfy consumers looking for more affordable price tags and classic looks appealing to emergent Chinese aficionados.
    So, one month before Basel and one month after Geneva, here are the remains, anecdotes, and side stories of the winter gathering in the Helvetian Calvinistic city:
    MILLE'S TOUCH: Richard Mille struck gold with the launch of the RM027 in 2010 because Rafael Nadal won all three Grand Slams he played since adopting the ultra-light $525,000 tourbillon for his own wrist. Mille's Midas touch returned in 2011 with golfer Bubba Watson, who won his first golf event immediately after the presentation of his magnesium-aluminium RM038 golf watch at the Palexpo.
    OLYMPIC CHOICE: While some were showing their golden touches, Panerai opted for bronze. It had been done before, but “Il Bronzo” was a major talking point and suited the vintage trend omnipresent at the event – the watch even gains patina with time to make it look, well, older.
    AFTER HOURS: The after-dinner bar/disco/lounge that the SIHH offered in the old days, representing a casual meeting point for watchmaking's “family,” was missing for the second year in a row; there's no doubt that visitors to the fair look a lot fresher without those long and sometimes excessive nights, but most still complain that a lot of business was conducted in the after-hours environment.
    TROIKA TELLER: All three brands under Georges Kern's umbrella chose to tell a story related to three different iconic locations as a way of focusing on their respective main lines – Portofino's dolce vita for IWC (the new Portofino collection), Hamptons seaside chic for Baume & Mercier (the new Capeland line), and Monte-Carlo's casino ambiance for Roger Dubuis (the launch of La Monegasque). Will Kathmandu's time ever come?
    QUARTZ RESISTANCE: Despite all the mechanical wonders seen in Geneva, one quartz timepiece attracted almost more attention – Jorg Hysek's avant-garde Slyde was surely one of the stars of the week and will perhaps go down in history as the first quality watch of the iPod generation. But it is a concept that could also re-open Pandora's Box, since it is probably easily replicated by Asia's electronic giants.


    CONAN-LIKE: Is there a CEO more accessible than Stephen Forsey? The co-founder of Greubel Forsey, who bears a resemblance to U.S. entertainer Conan O'Brian, made himself available for all kinds of interviews and enquiries. Despite what must have been taxing for his high level of intelligence, he patiently explained time and again the intricate complexity of his brand's cerebral tourbillonesque timepieces.
    “GREASE” WASN'T THE WORD: The vocabulary at this year's SIHH prominently centered around the same theme – the past: “heritage,” “classic,” “tradition,” “historic,” “tribute,” “patrimony,” “vintage,” “re-issue”…
    TRUE COLORS: The most bizarrely christened timepiece unveiled during the week had to be Ladoire's Mr. Green from the brand's Black Widow line. Will there be a “Miss Clockwork Orange” and a “Mellow Yellow Stepfather” as well? A few more colors and somewhere, over the rainbow, a tutti-frutti timepiece is to be expected. Oh, wait, Hublot already did that.
    PARTY TIME: From all the parties thrown during the week, the one held by Baume & Mercier probably deserves the biggest round of applause: in the space of just a few days, a Hamptons beach was set up in a 5,000-square-meter area with the aid of 75 tons of sand. Celebrities included.


    SPORT AND SOME: An array of champions attended Geneva's watch week: seven-time WRC champion Sebastien Loeb at the Marvin booth at the Geneva Time Exhibition; former Formula 1 champions Michael Schumacher (Audemars Piguet) and Alain Prost (at TAG Heuer's Mastering Time exhibition); the Laureus constellation associated with IWC, particularly soccer icons Zinédine Zidane, Luis Figo, Laurent Blanc and tennis champions Boris Becker, Richard Krajicek and Cédric Pioline.

    JET-LAGGED
    : The SIHH attracted scores of visitors from the other side of the world, but the biggest time traveler had to be Richard Mille, who flew in directly from Melbourne, where he gave a press conference alongside Rafael Nadal on the eve of the Australian Open.

    SUSHI-MANIA
    : What was the most sought-after dish during lunch hour at the SIHH? Sushi has topped visitors' preferences since it began to be included in the menu several years ago.
    STAT OF LIBERTY: Statistics are like bikinis: they show a lot, but not everything. However, the estimated 25 percent of the high-end watch market being consumed by China has to be considered the most relevant statistic for luxury brands at this time – a liberating stat that must have some of them crying “freedom.”
    FERRIER BOAT: A lot of significant retailers and collectors are jumping onto the Laurent Ferrier bandwagon, especially since it won the prestigious Men's Watch award at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève in November. The brand's booth at the GTE was frequently crowded and a parade of powerful distributors seem to have discovered the mystery of the new Galet Secret timepiece.
    GEOPOLITICAL TIME: One of the star timepieces at the SIHH was Vacheron Constantin's Patrimony Traditionelle Heures du Monde, boasting no less than 37 different time zones – including quarters and half-hours. More adequate in this rapidly evolving world might be a computer-controlled display attached to the Internet, since every other week there's a different country in political turmoil – which sometimes even results in shifted time zones.
    VIRTUAL GADGETERY: Capitalizing on the success of smartphones, which allow the possibility of changing applications by sliding a finger across a tactile screen, HD3 surprised the watch world by introducing the Slyde. The idea of uniting information and entertainment in timepieces is not new, and several other brands showing at the Geneva Time Exhibition took the gadget route as well. Snyper also appeals to the accessory-oriented consumer, with a case featuring two side-bars that can be used to bear several items ranging from a laser beam device to a golf tee. And Ritmo Mondo's Puzzle provides a nice way of passing time when stuck in traffic.
    Now, let's see what kind of trends and anecdotes will come out of Basel; stay tuned to Worldtempus for full coverage…

  • DeWitt - Twenty-8-Eight Automatic


    The face of the watch is artistically divided in two different guilloché zones. In the centre, a light flame pattern provides incredible life to the dial as the slightest wrist movement will animate the flames in graceful reflections. The second pattern, at the perimeter, takes the form of a regular and reassuring sunray that structures the whole design. Flames and sunrays are separated by a fine circle applique that gives a final touch of shiny elegance and echoes the thin and polished columns on the bezel.
    Time has never been more readable as large Roman numerals are positioned on the four cardinal points and discretely interconnected by small Arabic numerals positioned at five minutes intervals.

    AN “URBAN CLASSIC” WITH COMFORTABLE PROPORTIONS
    The Twenty-8-Eight Automatic is an “urban classic” with a 43 mm round case made in 18-carat white or rose gold. Offering a subtle combination of character and refinement, the design of the
    Twenty-8-Eight collection is sober and balanced. Presenting a slightly thinner case (10,28 mm) than the Academia collection as well as more discrete columns on its flanks, the Twenty-8-Eight collection gives a fascinating impression of lightness.
    Elegant and streamlined lugs achieve to complete the design with perfect proportions and offer a remarkable comfort of wearing. However, the strong DNA, so characteristic of DeWitt watches, remains fully recognizable.

    SOLID AND RELIABLE, WITH PERFECT FINISHING

    The Twenty-8-Eight Automatic houses a solid and reliable calibre and displays hours, minutes and centre seconds. The hours and minutes hands are open-worked and in the shape of
    two-edged swords whereas the seconds hand, elegant and thin, gracefully glides round the dial. The Twenty-8-Eight Automatic fully complies with very demanding finishing norms of the DeWitt
    Manufacture: satin-brushed surfaces, polishing and bevelling. The quality of the finishing can be observed through the sapphire crystal back, which also unveils a fine DeWitt rotor, designed in-house.
    Also, two miniature “W” signatures are to be found on the crown and on the golden buckle. Last but not least, just as any DeWitt watch, it is entirely assembled, adjusted and tested by a single master watchmaker, from A to Z.
     

    A TIME TO EVERY PURPOSE UNDER HEAVEN!

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    Classical elegance in its purest form! An intense full black velvet face, with rose gold numerals, circle applique and hands.
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    An inspired combination of bright tonalities, with rose gold numerals, circle applique and hands gently reflecting in the off-white patterns of the dial.
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    The warm and welcoming DeWitt chocolate-brown in two different tonalities, with rose gold numerals, circle applique and hands. An atmosphere that reminds of the DeWitt museum.
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    Dressed but with a sporty touch! This version offers a subtle contrast between a black velvet centre and a lighter, taupe colour sunray pattern at the perimeter. The rhodium plated hands beautifully stand out and balance the whole design. Numerals and circle applique also rhodium plated.
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