Navitimer Ref. A13022/A13322 - NAVITIMER/OLD.2/MK1
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The Old Navitimer II appears very similar to its predecessor at first glance, but is the first "classic design" Navitimer with a threaded screw-down caseback, it holds the automatic Breilting cal. 13, based on the ETA cal. 7750. The crystal is now sapphire glass.

The Old Navitimer II has hour and minute counters and "running seconds" in a 6/9/12 layout, and a date display at 3. For the first time, the chrono sweep hand now has a "script B" counterweight.

The Old Navitimer II is the first to come with various dial colors and also has dial variations where arabics replace the baton indexes. All have red accents on both dial and the "sloped" slide rule. The logo is "Breitling Wings & Anchor."

Caliber: automatic Breitling cal. 13, based on ETA 7750; A13322 COSC-certified
Case: tapered lugs, 40.3mm diameter
Bezel: serrated pointed notch bezel, ca. 41.5mm diameter
Dial: black/blue/chamois with contrasting subdials at 6/9/12, red accents on dial and slide rule
Hands: lumed tapered baton hands, arrow tip chrono sweep with B counterweight
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