Breitling for Bentley Limited Edition Mulliner Tourbillon sells for $154,000
Sharing same passion for fine mechanisms, the same combination of prestige and performance, the same heritage of excellence, and the same thrust towards the future, symbolized by a winged B signature, Breitling and Bentley is known for its collaboration that gives rise to exceptional chronographs. Appealing to connoisseurs and all those with a love of rare and exclusive watches, Breitling for Bentley line of timepieces like the Ice Speed Record chronograph, the supersports light body watch, and the limited edition GMT V8, truly unites the best of two worlds; the British chic and Swiss tradition, and the elegance and expertise. For the devotees of complicated watches, the duo has now created an ultra-rare limited edition timepiece dubbed as the Bentley Mulliner Tourbillon.
The exclusivity of the watch not just comes from the fact that it’s Breitling’s only watch with tourbillion complication, but also from its production rate which calculates to just two per month. And, this exclusivity do comes at a price of $150,000.
For the likes of its owners, each of the Bentley Mulliner Tourbillon chronograph also gets customized according to their wishes, as they are free to choose the case material from choice of yellow gold, rose gold, platinum or white gold, and the 15 dial shades taken from the range of Bentley bodywork options, or the crocodile leather strap shade. Also, the ultra-precious wooden ring on the caseback is offered in a choice of six veneers.
Further, this mechanical masterpiece boasts hand-wound Breitling Calibre 18B, a tourbillion chronograph movement exclusive to Breitling for Bentley. Also, it comes equipped with the original 30second chronograph meachanism with 15-minute totalizer and pointer-type date display.
Notably, the ‘star-pilot’ and the Hollywood superstar John Travolta who has been associated with Breitling for the consecutive eighth year also appeared in the new advertising campaign for the company’s exclusive Navitimer.