Navitimer Ref. J/H/L34030 - NAVITIMER/OLD.7/MK1
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One of the rarest and most valuable versions of the Navitimer comes in that small 38mm bezel case again, holding a marvel of horology: a rattrapante (or split-second) chronograph caliber. The first and slimmest automatic caliber of that kind, it's based on a Frederic Piguet cal. 1186. The Navitimer Rattrapante 34030 comes in precious metals only, either white gold (J), rosé gold (H) or platinum (L) versions.

Navitimer Rattrapante has hour and minute counters and "running seconds" in a 6/9/12 layout and a date display at 4:30; hands are lumed tapered baton with dual chronograph sweep hands, one with a script B, the other an anchor counterweight.

Dials of the Navitimer Rattrapante come in blue or black with applied arabic hour indexes. All have red accents on both dial and "sloped" slide rule. The logo is the Breitling Wings & Anchor.

Caliber: automatic Breitling cal. 34, based on F. Piguet cal. 1186
Case: tapered lugs, ca. 36.5mm diameter
Bezel: serrated pointed notch bezel, ca. 38mm diameter
Dial: black/blue with contrasting subdials at 3/6/9, red accents on dial and slide rule
Hands: lumed tapered baton hands, one arrow tip, one straight chrono sweep
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