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With the Navitimer Mk5, Breitling lands on its final iteration of the rotating slide rule bezel. Variations of this "serrated notch bezel" will be used on most of the vintage models that follow. A modernized variation of it still adorns the Navitimer today.

The Mk5 used black dials with constrating silverwhite subdials. In 1965, the iconic Twin Jet logo replaces the "unsigned wings" of non-AOPA Navitimers. Some later examples will have gilt or silver printed "AOPA-signed" wings.

Caliber: Venus 178, WOG-coded
Case: tapered lugs, ca. 40mm diameter
Bezel: serrated pointed notch bezel, ca. 41mm diameter
Dial: black with silverwhite subdials, monochrome slide rule
Hands: lumed tapered baton hands, arrow tip chrono sweep
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