The Navitimer is usually a pilot’s watch. A big, chronograph pilot’s watch. How then, could a non-chronograph in a smaller women’s watch be a Navitimer?
The new Breitling Navitimer for women is a 35mm automatic watch with a slide rule calculator on the dial. It takes inspiration from a 1950s Navitimer, with a red tipped seconds hand that is part of what makes a Navitimer, well, a Navitimer.
Unlike previous Navitimers, there’s a choice of colorful dials, a mother-of-pearl dial set with diamonds, and alligator leather straps. Besides the pin and buckle alligator straps, there’s also the option of the stainless steel bracelet.
The crystal is sapphire, and water-resistance is 30 meters. The crown doesn’t screw down. But if you wanted to put a pilot’s watch on a smaller wrist, this would be a good way to do it. Find out more at Breitling.com