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Old 13 October 2020, 11:40 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by WatchFred View Post
...The ref. 807 Dive Chronograph was launched in 1957 too ... yes, it seems to be the first dedicated diving chronograph and also the first to use "reverse panda" subdials to improve legibility of the minute counter.

A true Re-Edition is technically impossible ... even the 38mm (42mm bezel) case of the current "Vintage-inspired" SO '57 wouldn't be big enough to fit the in-house cal. B09.
T4S, Fred! A shame, that ...but I know Team "Vintage Breitling" will (once more) whip up something from the old catalog just as exciting ...

Originally Posted by Goin2drt View Post
This was a cool read and interesting. Thanks for sharing. I am looking to ad the Navi to my collection.
Many thanks The 806 re-edition is awesome but there are for sure a few other Navitimers in production. Go 4 it!

Originally Posted by KBM View Post
Outstanding pictures and review, as always!
Thank you sir

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