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Old 10 November 2019, 01:22 PM   #1
Wcdhtwn
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Premier Automatic Day Date

This is my first post in the Breitling section. Iíve never owned one and theyíve never really been my thing, dials are just too busy and flashy. No offense to anyone.

Now thatís potentially changed with the Premier line, particularly the Day Date in Silver. But I know pretty much nothing about Breitlings so want to ask the knowledgeable here their opinions on this watch/line of watches. I know they arenít going to appreciate, Iím not a flipper so donít care. I think this line is very good looking, clean dials, not overly flashy especially with the leather bands.

I have to admit that I am surprised the Day Date only has a 38 hour power reserve when so many of their watches have much longer reserves, even in this line. Any reason for this? Is the case size limiting for the longer power reserve movements?

Any thoughts/info would be appreciated. Iíd love to have a Day Date watch and would like even more not to have to spend almost $40,000 for a new DD from Rolex.

Thanks!
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