One of watchmaking’s grandest complications
The original Breitling Navitimer B03 Rattrapante 45 was unveiled in 2017. It was the first watch from the brand to feature an in-house split-seconds chronograph movement, effectively giving it two independent stopwatches. One is started and stopped using the pusher at 2 o’clock, while the second uses a pusher housed in the crown at 3 o’clock.
So now we have an update of that model, with a luxurious 18k rose-gold case, paired with the brand’s Stratos Grey dial. It features the same Breitling Manufacture Caliber B03 movement as before, visible through the sapphire caseback, and is presented on a black alligator strap.
The watch itself measures 45mm, with the hour markers, and hour and minute hands, coated in Super-LumiNova. There’s a bidirectional rotating bezel, with the circular slide rule that has long been a characteristic of Breitling Navitimers.
Expect the watch to cost just over AED100,000. The additional complication increases the price over the usual Navitimer models.