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Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII: Timeless Pilot Watches For Modern Men

When talking about luxury Swiss watches, it is nearly impossible to not recognize the name Breguet. Aside from being one of the longest-running watch companies in the world, the brand also prides itself as an industry trailblazer, given how impressive and magnificent their contributions are to horology. From creating the infamous tourbillon mechanism to coming up with the world’s first wristwatch, Breguet continuously proves that they are passionate with their craft and that they are committed to providing potential wearers utmost satisfaction that they deserve. 

The Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII is one of the brand’s premier collections that attests to how innovative its methods are. Built around the idea of modernizing the brand’s classic and quintessential Type XX pilot watches to fit the lifestyle of urbane men, the Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII collection values rarity, accuracy and elegance above all. Being a series of tool watches, all pieces under this collection sport eye-catching layouts and practical features, coupled with neutral color schemes and classic finishes that prove how the brand prioritizes design and serviceability equally. Not to mention, they all come with a sporty, masculine, and commanding feel that is distinct from usual chronographs being released by other brands. However, the best thing about these pieces are their reliable self-winding mechanical calibers that exceed expectations. Since they are made in-house, you can trust that these movements will deliver superb performance all the time. With that being said, it is no wonder why this collection continues to receive favorable response from watch connoisseurs and casual wearers alike. 

Prices at a Glance: The Most Popular Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII Watches

ModelPrice (approximate)SizeMaterialFeatures

Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII 

Ref. 3817BR/Z2/3ZU

$25,600 USD42mmStainless Steel
  • Calibre 584 Q/2 Automatic Movement 
  • Slate gray- colored dial 
  • Mixture of Arabic numeral and diamond-shaped hour-markers with luminous elements
  • Water resistant of up to 100m
  • Date, day and night indication
  • 12-hour and small seconds counter
  • Flyback chronograph function
  • Brown calfskin leather strap

Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII 

Ref. 3817ST/X2/3ZU

$10,459 USD42mmStainless Steel
  • Calibre 584 Q/2 Automatic Movement 
  • Slate gray- colored dial 
  • Mixture of Arabic numeral and diamond-shaped hour-markers with luminous elements
  • Water resistant of up to 100m
  • Date, day and night indication
  • 12-hour and small seconds counter
  • Flyback chronograph function
  • Dark brown calfskin leather strap

Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII 

Ref. 3880ST/H2/3XV

$20,500 USD44mmStainless Steel
  • Calibre 589 F Automatic Movement 
  • Black-colored dial 
  • Arabic numeral hour-markers and silver-colored hands with luminous elements
  • Partial Sapphire crystal caseback
  • Water resistant of up to 100m
  • Date and second time zone indication
  • 24-hour and small seconds counter
  • Flyback chronograph function
  • Black leather strap

Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII 

Ref. 3880BR/Z2/9XV

$35,500 USD44mmRose gold
  • Calibre 589 F Automatic Movement 
  • Brown-colored dial 
  • Arabic numeral hour-markers and rose gold-colored hands with luminous elements
  • Partial Sapphire crystal caseback
  • Water resistant of up to 100m
  • Date and second time zone indication
  • 24-hour and small seconds counter
  • Flyback chronograph function
  • Rose gold-colored bracelet

Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII 

Ref. 3880ST/H2/SX0

$21,600 USD44mmStainless Steel
  • Calibre 589 F Automatic Movement 
  • Black-colored dial 
  • Arabic numeral hour-markers and white-colored hands with luminous elements
  • Partial Sapphire crystal caseback
  • Water resistant of up to 100m
  • Date and second time zone indication
  • 24-hour and small seconds counter
  • Flyback chronograph function
  • Power reserve of up to 40 hours
  • Stainless steel bracelet 

Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII 

Ref. 3810TI/H2/TZ9

$15,800 USD42mmTitanium
  • Calibre 584 Q Automatic Movement 
  • Black-colored dial 
  • Mixture of Arabic numeral and diamond-shaped hour-markers with luminous elements
  • Water resistant of up to 100m
  • Date, day and night indication
  • 12-hour and small seconds counter
  • Flyback chronograph function
  • Power reserve of up to 45 hours
  • Silver-tone bracelet 

Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII 

Ref. 3810ST/92/9ZU

$8,240 USD42mmTitanium
  • Calibre 584 Q Automatic Movement 
  • Brown-colored dial 
  • Mixture of Arabic numeral and diamond-shaped hour-markers with luminous elements
  • Water resistant of up to 100m
  • Date, day and night indication
  • 12-hour and small seconds counter
  • Flyback chronograph function
  • Power reserve of up to 45 hours
  • Brown-colored leather strap

Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII 

Ref. 3810ST/92/SZ9

$10,980 USD42mmTitanium
  • Calibre 584 Q Automatic Movement 
  • Brown-colored dial 
  • Mixture of Arabic numeral and diamond-shaped hour-markers with luminous elements
  • Water resistant of up to 100m
  • Date, day and night indication
  • 12-hour and small seconds counter
  • Flyback chronograph function
  • Power reserve of up to 45 hours
  • Silver-colored bracelet

Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII 

Ref. 3810BR/92/9ZU

$16,000 USD42mmTitanium
  • Calibre 584 Q Automatic Movement 
  • Brown-colored dial 
  • Mixture of Arabic numeral and diamond-shaped  hour-markers with luminous elements
  • Water resistant of up to 100m
  • Date, day and night indication
  • 12-hour and small seconds counter
  • Flyback chronograph function
  • Power reserve of up to 45 hours
  • Brown-colored leather strap

Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII 

Ref. 3810TI/H2/3ZU

$11,000 USD42mmTitanium
  • Calibre 584 Q Automatic Movement 
  • Black-colored dial in matte finish
  • Mixture of Arabic numeral and diamond-shaped hour-markers with luminous elements
  • Water resistant of up to 100m
  • Date, day and night indication
  • 12-hour and small seconds counter
  • Flyback chronograph function
  • Power reserve of up to 45 hours
  • Black-colored calfskin leather strap


 

How much is a Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII watch? 

At first glance, you may think that the characteristics that Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII watches have are quite common. From sporting a dependable self-winding movement to having sub-dials for the chronograph function as well as date indication, everything about the watches bear usefulness, coupled with a classy and strong vibe that watch enthusiasts will surely love and appreciate. However, when analyzed closely, you will realize that its remarkable history, particularly its connection to the Second World War, is what makes the Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII collection even more admirable and enticing to own. Being a luxury brand that has a lot of horological contributions under its belt, you can only expect that the watches they produce come with quite a hefty price tag. If you are wondering how much money you should reserve for you to get your very own piece, here’s a lowdown of the collection’s most popular models, including their prices as well as main specifications.

Prices for the Breguet Type XX Watches 

Taking inspiration from the original Type XX chronographs that the brand released in the 1950s specifically for the French Naval Air Force’s use, the new generation of Breguet Type XX watches are all packed with retro details, coupled with robust and grand attributes that will make every penny you spend worth it. Breguet started the modernization of the iconic Type XX watches in 1995, with hopes to introduce the wonders of the watch to the general public. Since then, the company has won over the hearts of many because of the watches’ fantastic life span and amazing qualities that you will never find in other brands. Rather than completely relying on contemporary trends, the brand ensures that the present Type XX watches carry the same antique feel as its legendary predecessors, with additional subtle changes on the side. These pieces particularly have large hour-markers and hands, oversized crowns, a strap that looks luscious in all aspects and an average case size, which can significantly aid not only in making aviators’ job easier but also in ordinary men’s daily escapades. Known to be the most basic and practical pilot watches from the collection, the Type XX pieces are bound to add flair to any of your ensembles. 

The Breguet Type XX Aéronavale Ref. 3800ST/92/9W6 is the ultimate go-to choice of many and it costs around $8,680 USD. Compared to its siblings, namely the Type XXI and Type XXII watches, this one veers towards simplicity from its blueprint down to its choice of materials. Apart from sporting a well-polished 39mm stainless steel case with 14.4mm thickness that guarantees comfortability on the wrist, this watch specifically comes with a cool, black-colored dial and three-sub dials corresponding to the 30-minute, 12-hour as well as 60-second counters. This contrasts well against the white-colored large indices all in Arabic numeral style as well as the syringe-style hands. Adding to its list of fantastic characteristics, this watch also contains luminous elements on all of its hour-markers and hands for easier visibility even in dark conditions. When it comes to the bezel, this timepiece takes the win not only because it rotates smoothly and easily but also due to its glossy finish. Deviating from the usual markings you see in other chronograph watches, the texts on the bezel of this model are bigger and more legible even if you are standing quite far away from it. Aside from the fact that the crown is accessible enough to ease the process of changing the time, it is also placed in a screw-down manner, ensuring the watch’s protection from any kind of moisture. As if the design is not yet enough, this model in 3800ST/92/9W6 variation runs on a 293-component Caliber 582 automatic movement, which is based on the Lemania 1350 movement, and has a power reserve of up to 48 hours. The inclusion of a shiny brown — almost maroon — leather strap makes the watch even more pleasing to the eye. Indeed, this model is a good piece to own if you are into chronographs that instantly double as dress watches due to its sleekness and versatility.

Meanwhile, some of the latest Type XX watches have additional advancements in their arsenals like the Breguet Transatlantique Type XX Ref. 3820/H2/SW9. This is the rightful option for those of you who prefer stunning steel bracelets than typical leather straps. Just like the previous model, this one boasts a stainless steel 39mm case, with a durable sapphire crystal serving as its main barrier. Moreover, it also has three subdials, with lovely white markers on all of its edges. When it comes to the dial, this timepiece also has a fierce black-colored exterior, coupled with large Arabic-style hour markers and beautiful hour and minute hands. The signature sitting nicely just below the 12 o’clock position as well as the fluted bezel that already serves as the trademark of the whole Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII collection are as lavish as the overall look of the watch. Matching the industrial finish of the bezel, the bracelet of this one looks tough and sturdy, with its sides sporting a shiny steel rather than a matte one. Being a chronograph watch, all of its pushers are humongous for easier access and timekeeping process. However, what’s great about this watch is that it comes with a date display that seamlessly replaces the 6 o’clock position. The inclusion of this function made the watch even more appealing than it already is. Under the hood, this particular model relies on a Caliber 582 Q, which exhibits a power reserve of up to 48 hours. Considered one of the cheapest Type XX watches you can find in the market today, this piece costs around $5,700 USD.

Prices for the Breguet Type XXI Watches 

All enthusiasts know that there are endless possibilities when it comes to Breguet watches. While it is a given fact that all members of the Type XX - XXI - XXII collection comes with a flyback chronograph characteristic, the company still continues to push itself to its limits by upgrading the capabilities of their watches. With the release of the Type XXI watches back in 2001, Breguet was able to prove their dedication to innovation, together with their passion for continuous enhancement. Aside from the fact that these timepieces have a wider and extremely modern case, they are also made with a lightweight and strong component called titanium. Not to mention, it also comes with a central minute hand and a chronograph hand, giving the watch a more fancy and high-tech feel. Although they are a bit more complicated and advanced than the Type XX pieces, the Type XXI watches will not only amp up your time tracking experience to a whole new level but also your daily style and outfits.

A strong contender is the Breguet Type XXI in 3817BR/Z2/3ZU variation, which sports a 42mm opulent rose gold-colored case, paired with a strap made with the finest calfskin leather. Sticking with its trademark, the case of this watch has an intricate fluted pattern on its edges, giving it a clear and solid distinction. Meanwhile, the lugs are all rounded and well-crafted, which balances the proportions of the watch. With just one look, you will realize that this timepiece gives a nod to the typical vintage chronographs from the brand, while still embodying some ultramodern touches. Other than the fact that it has a slate grey — almost black — dial, this model also comes with a resilient caseback made with sapphire crystal, which allows you to admire the beauty of the caliber it comes with. The inclusion of this material makes it more worth investing in since sapphire crystal has a strong reputation of handling impacts and scratches well. When it comes to the dial attributes, the hands of this watch are in syringe shape, while the hour-markers are in Arabic numeral style, with the exception of the 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock placements which are both marked with a diamond shape. Replacing the 6 o’clock position, a refined yet subtle date display graces the bottom part of the watch. As mentioned earlier, since this model is more high-end than the previously discussed watches, expect that it comes with additional features like a 24-hour additional hand and  a central minute and seconds totalizer. Furthermore, it also comes with luminescent dots on the bezels, which is proven useful especially during the night. In terms of performance, the watch relies on an in-house Caliber 584 Q/2, with 26 jewels, 319 components and a power reserve of 48 hours. Moreover, the movement also has silicon pallets and beats at a whopping frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour (“vph”). Falling on the expensive spectrum, this unit costs approximately $25,600 USD. An almost identical but more compelling version with a silver-colored case and a slightly muted strap is also available for purchase at around $10,500 USD.

For those of you who want to save up a few pennies but still want a watch that you can proudly bring anywhere without experiencing any difficulties at all, you can opt for the Breguet Type XXI in 3810TI/H2/TZ9 instead. For only $15,800 USD, you will be able to get your hands on a feather-like titanium watch that feels light and chic on the wrist. Aside from the fact that it comes with three subdials for the 30-minute, 12-hour and small seconds counters, this model also has an elapsed minute register on the central hand for deeper serviceability. With its sleek flyback chronograph function, you won’t have a hard time keeping track of multiple events in a sequential manner. Aesthetics-wise, the dial of this watch looks more cool and stunning because of the numberless ends of the watch. What’s more is that the background perfectly compliments the silver-colored indices and hands. While they sport the same Roman numeral style, the hour-markers are humongous enough, which is convenient especially if you want to check the time while you are in the middle of doing something. The hour and minute hands also come with illuminating effects for better visibility all throughout the day. However, the focal point of this watch lies on its rotating bezel. Matching the face of the timepiece, the bezel also exhibits a cool black tone, with silver texts all around its surface. Swaying away from the usual design, its numbers are separated with vertical lines, giving the bezel a technical and smart vibe. Despite this, the model still embodies a classic feel due to its color scheme. Other great things about this watch is that it comes with a screw-locked crown as well as subdials with different outlines. The counter found at the 6 o’clock position sports an overlapping layout together with the date indication. You can also get a similar model but with a brown-colored dial and strap for only $8,240 USD.

Prices for the Breguet Type XXII Watches 

If you think that the Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII collection could not get any better, wait until you see the Breguet Type XXII watches. The company takes sophistication and finesse seriously with these pieces. Considered the latest addition to the collection, all XXII models are made with either stainless steel or rose gold material, which makes them perfect during your business meetings, your weekend trips as well as your night out with friends. Furthermore, their movements also come with an incredible frequency, along with swiftier and more precise chronograph functions and displays. Making them even more special, the timepieces also have small and soft red attributes all over its exteriors for you to use the stopwatch feature effectively and in an organized manner. Aside from the fact that they come with gradient indices and grandiose lugs, crowns and bezels, the timepieces also scream freshness and perfection. Once you get a hold of the Type XXII watches, you will surely crave for more given how they demonstrate flawless craftsmanship and creativity in all aspects.

The Breguet Type XXII 3880BR/Z2/RXV is the rightful piece for you if you are fond of the toughness of the rose gold material. However, expect to shell out a hefty sum of money considering that it is one of the most expensive watch components in the world. From the bracelet and pushers down to the crown and bezel, almost everything sports a dazzling rose gold hue that contrasts well with the brown yet grayish dial. Although slightly bigger than the other Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII, this model still fits the wrists of many due to its thickness of around 18.05 mm. What’s interesting about this one is that all of its hour-markers are engraved in a gradient style, which adds more character to the watch. Balancing its overall elegant and unique appearance, the markings in the subdial as well as the lavish signature at the upper center portion are in a crisp white color, while the chronograph hand sports a bloody red tone. While it does not have any month or day displays or a moon phase function, this model makes up with its second time zone indicator, which is proven useful for people who love traveling and trying out new adventurous things. Other than the fact that it comes with a two-way rotating bezel, this watch has a small seconds hand that makes a turn on a 30-second setup rather than the standard 60-second one. Delving further, this watch depends on the Caliber 589 F movement, which beats at a jaw-dropping 72,000 vph. What’s more is that the timepiece can resist water pressures of up to 100 meters, which means that you can bring this timepiece to your usual recreational water activities like snorkeling, swimming, sailing and kayaking. The partial sapphire case back also gives the watch more variety, given how you don’t normally see this kind of attribute in other chronograph watches in the market. If all of these sound tempting to you, you can purchase this watch for about $44,000 USD.

Not a fan of the rose gold color and want another material option that looks more masculine and authoritative? Then you should go for the Breguet Type XXII 3880ST/H2/3XV model instead, which costs roughly about $20,500 USD. Just like the previous model, this one also has the chronograph functionalities and graduations but in a stainless material. This is mainly the reason why it is a bit on the cheaper side of the spectrum since stainless steel is easier to source and work with than the rose gold one. From the placements of the date indication and the subdials to the positioning of the hands, signature as well as the chronograph, all of the exterior aspects of this watch is similar to the 3880BR/Z2/RXV model. Even the font and format used when it comes to the texts are identical to the afore-noted watch we have discussed. The difference is that this timepiece has a black-colored dial that matches the tone of the strap. With the addition of stitchings on the side, the watch becomes more reminiscent of the old times. Moveover, the case and bezel of this timepiece is in silver hue, including the syringe-style hands that truly steals the attention of many. There is also another version available for purchase which carries the same aesthetic but with a stainless steel bracelet. You could readily purchase the watch by adding a thousand dollar, specifically for around $21,600 USD.

Investing in Vintage Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII watches: Is it worth it? 

While many are still unfamiliar with the brand, particularly those who are new to collecting timepieces, there is no denying that Breguet vintage watches are good investments overall not only because of the great value they bring to the table but also due to their ties to many historical innovations in the horological world. Aside from the fact that they are assembled intricately and carefully while ensuring all practices are conducted according to standards, the timepieces also reflect the brand’s hard work and overflowing dedication for giving consumers complete satisfaction. More specifically, the Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII vintage watches are highly sought-after because of their involvement in the aviation and military industry. By choosing to purchase these pieces even if they come with quite heavy price tags, you are definitely doing yourself a favor given how well-made and grandiose they are. Since they are for professional use, you can expect that they come with great accuracy and reliability. Moreover, their designs are simply one of a kind, which will make you shine in every room you are in. If you want to spice up your vintage collection, Breguet is the brand you can put your whole trust into.

Those who want a piece with a significant story can purchase the Breguet Type XX 5101/54 civilian version, which was released in 1953. Known as usual stars during auctions, this timepiece is iconic in all ways as it started the long-standing history of the Type XX series. As its name suggests, this watch is almost identical to the military version, only with few minor tweaks and variations like blank bezels, improved caliber and two subdials. Aside from having pencil-style pointers and a thin elongated seconds hand, the edges of the watch are also marked with indicators in 5-minute increments. Moreover, the small pushers also make this one a collectible piece, given how all modern Type XX watches come with big ones for easier access. Its timeless black dial and strap are also reasons why this could be a great unisex watch perfect for every occasion. In terms of price, this watch will set you back for around $15,000 USD.

A more expensive and rarer option that has a 30-minute counter, small signature and a propeller hand like the CEV Type XX model is also a valuable timepiece to add to your wardrobe essentials. Released for the French Flight Tests Center, the timepiece is breathtaking and magnificent simply because of its tan-colored case. While the hour-markers and hands of this watch are adorned with gilt details, the case sports a silver-colored nature. The 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock positions are also replaced with the registers that overlap well with the rest of the indices. What’s more is that you also have an option to change its strap by bringing it to a professional repairman. Today, most CEV Type XX models are valued at $30,000 USD, but it can go higher depending on what era they were released. 

History Behind the Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII Collection

The story of the Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII wristwatches began in the 1950s, when Breguet was assigned as the official supplier of timepieces of the French Naval Air Force. Called the Type XX watches, they all have a 38mm case, a neat black dial, luminous set of hands and a flyback chronograph function, which is extremely beneficial to experienced aviators. The first few Type XX models were only reserved for military personnels only. Few years later, in 1958, the French Ministry of Defense commissioned the company together with five other watch manufacturers to produce 500 upgraded watches. Aside from having a reliable chronograph feature with a 15-minute counter for more precision as well as an anti-magnetic casing, their casebacks were also printed with “Breguet Marine Nationale Aeronautique Navale,” signifying that they were special and were intended only for a limited number of people. Overall,  this was a huge development for both the brand and the watchmaking industry as a whole. 

However, if you are planning to purchase a watch from this collection, you must know that the name Type XX was used as a specification from the French government. It is not a model name but rather a term used to distinguish a chronograph and dial style for easier distinction. This is why all the other suppliers had the same layout and functions since they were already required and specified by the French administration prior to the agreement. Based on watch experts’ observation, all Type XX watches are created with a black dial with Arabic-style indices, a unidirectional rotating bezel, a seconds chapter ring, an automatic movement with about 35 hours of power reserve and of course, a flyback chronograph, which allows pilots to reset the time by pressing a certain button, among others.

Today, when you browse the current Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII catalog, you will see that all watches are made only with stainless steel, titanium or rose gold components. Exhibiting pure minimalistic vibes, the dials do not look cluttered or messy at all. Even without any special kind of finishes like guilloche or sunray, they still look lovely and glamorous, especially that they sport neutral colors like black and brown. The straps also embody the same aesthetics, which is good news for those of you who like keeping things plain and straightforward. When it comes to the structure, all of them have medium to large case sizes, ranging from 39mm to 42mm, for more variety. The bezels are also either full of technicalities or none at all, while boasting an extreme water resistance of 100 meters. Since they are all equipped with automatic and high-quality movements, you can only expect the best from these robust timepieces. 

Why should you buy a Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII watch?

People who are knowledgeable in haute horlogerie will certainly know how prestigious Breguet is. There are simply a lot of things to love about the brand such as their extensive history, trusted methods, major contributions to the industry and their extraordinary pieces that scream regality and perfection. Those who are new to watch collecting and are not entirely familiar with the brand will surely change their perspective about timepieces once they see Breguet’s diverse and premier offerings. Even if they fall on the pricier side, you would not regret investing on these watches considering how they are based on wondrous and untouched concepts that most existing brands have not even tried yet. Among the collections that speak volumes about the brand’s incomparable reputation is the Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII. Started out as a collection limited for the members of the military, the series is now highly-regarded for bearing timepieces that offer nothing but favorable results. To convince you why everything about the Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII watch is worth it, here are a few more reasons you can ponder upon before making your decision.

1. Despite not having an abundant amount of complications, its astounding chronograph function, together with its precise date display, are already enough to get you by. 

2. Each watch from the collection only revolves around the neutral concept, which is good if you do not like loud and extravagant colors. These pieces may look simple on the outside but their engines are what makes them good watches to own. After all, choosing a luxury watch that could pose as your daily companion is not purely about the aesthetics, right? With that being said, a Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII watch is the way to go if you want something that could last you for years—perhaps even decades.

3. It has a good retail price. Unlike the offerings by ultra-luxurious brands like Patek Philippe, the Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII has a fair and reasonable price point. This is due to the fact that they are not produced in limited quantities. Despite this, optimum performance is always guaranteed with the brand and its superior models, which can be found mostly in the afore-noted collection. 

4. Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII watches also make good starter pieces. This is because the collection houses the cheapest Breguet watches you will ever find on vintage stores and secondary market websites nowadays. However, this does not necessarily mean that they are made with cheap parts and out of careless practices. Keep in mind that they are still equipped with remarkable functionalities you don’t simply see in others.

Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII: The Brand’s Legendary Aviator Chronographs 

Iconic, robust, and sophisticated. These are three rightful words that best describe the Breguet Type XX - XXI - XXII collection. It simply proves that pilot chronograph watches are not all about the sporty and dapper aesthetics and are not only meant for aviators’ use. They should also come with well-crafted parts and precise functionalities that guarantee a smooth and powerful timekeeping process. With their designs that are easy to comprehend even for ordinary civilians, Breguet was able to prove how they equally value inclusivity together with their traditional principles. With these head-turning watches on your wrists, you will surely have the confidence to face your daily commitments enthusiastically. 

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