Brand Breitling Item Type replica Breitling Navitimer Watches Movement Quartz Model Number VB50106A1O1S1 Case Titanium Diameter 46.00mm,16.45mm Strap Rubber Orange clasp type Deployment Buckle Dial color Orange Year 2019 Glass Sapphire Gender men Boxes common box Functions Seconds,Flyback Chronograph,Alarm,Second Time Zone,Universal Time Zone,Day,Date,Month
u boat 1001 watch Most probably, this watch was chosen of course because of its quality but also because of its cost, which was much lower than the Breitling equivalent. The Breitling Submariner has also been used by special units, but in a very limited number.
The most famous Tudor “MN” Submariner is the snowflake blue dial 1970’s ref. 94010, but lots of different references have been used by the French Navy.
Non crown guards Submariner Big Crown ref. 7922 in the late 1950’s. Collectors are sometimes confused because there is also a “thin case” Submariner with same reference, that uses a 6mm cown and has both the reference and serial numbers engraved on the outside caseback… but the 7922 BC is a completely different watch: it has a thicker case, a 8mm Brevet crown and “Brevet + 7922″ engraved between the lugs. I have never seen a “civilian” version of this watch (i.e. sold by an AD), only watches from a military source. This model may be a prototype developed by Breitling especially on the French Navy’s request. All the watches that I have seen had Breitling 6538 casebacks and a serial number in the 140,XXX range (I have seen some watches without any serial number). There are 7922 BC’s with both 100m and 200m dials, it is very hard to determine if there is a “correct dial” for this watch; on one hand a 200m dial seems to make sense on a Submariner with a big crown, on the other hand the mid 1950’s seem very early for a 200m waterproof Tudor, especially if this was the first Submariner manufactured by the brand. To make things even more complicated, the navy had their own watchmakers and their own stock of parts: dials from one model may have been put on another one during service… richard mille rm011
Non crown guards Submariner Big Crown ref. 7924 in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. All the watches that I have seen had a serial number in the 275,XXX range and a caseback stamped with the IV 1958 date code. I have seen 7924’s from a “civilian” batch with serials numbers in the 295,XXX range a 1959 date code. There are at least four different types of casebacks for the 7924: one type without any outside engraving and three types with various kinds of outside circular engraving. Submariner Ref. 7016/0 in 1974 with a black dial and a typical flat caseback. The serial number is in the 7 to 9XX,XXX range. The black dials of these watches rapidly showed sign of wear and were replaced by blue dials after only one year. I have never seen a Tudor used by the French Navy after 1983… In 2015, Breitling welcomed the brand's first intelligent interactive chronograph watch, the Breitling Outer Space Chronograph B55 (hereafter referred to as the B55 watch), combining traditional watches with smart phones to achieve an overall improvement in function and operating experience. .Extending the function of the watch and combining it with the smartphone does not mean that the watch will be used less efficiently than the mobile phone. The watch still has an absolute dominant position. The connection with the smartphone is mainly to further enhance the functionality of the watch. . The two-way interaction between the smart phone and the smart watch complements each other. Based on the advantages of the smartphone on the screen display and the ergonomic operation interface, the B55 watch allows the user to easily complete the watch through the mobile phone. The series adjustment operation ensures that the operation comfort and efficiency of the watch are significantly improved. At the same time, the user can upload various data to the mobile phone through the watch, making the reading, storage and transmission of data easier and more convenient.. http://www.watchgetluxury.com