BETTER THAN A DAYTONA?: Breguet Type XXI 3817ST

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Tags: breguet, type, xxi, 3817ST, 3817, xx, xxii, rolex, daytona, patek, philippe, watch, review, unboxing, family friendly

Comments

FuwaForestFilms Denis Hauser says:

Nice watch.

wiZe guy says:

first 😉

Andy Reiter says:

How can an in-house bad movement in a watch of that sickness on a leather strap much more expensive be a better than the best and most desired watch in the world ?

Matt Foss says:

It’s better than a Daytona in every way but the movement. The 4130 movement in the Daytona has a longer power reserve, longer service interval(10 years), and a bigger warranty.

Shipmate says:

Ugh… the numbers/indices are TOO BIG! The Breguet Type XXI 3817 is my grail watch (under $10,000). I would put Breguet Type XX/XXI against a Rolex Daytonas anyday (minus resale)… best to buy pre-owned.

Vincent Del Vecchio says:

There’s a high frequency noise that’s annoying on the audio recording here. Same issue that was on an old Tellurium review I stumbled across. Reckon other videos may have the same problem; consider checking out the equipment and fixing it either by modifying the recording setup (mic swap/sock) or filtering out trash frequencies in editing.

AjaxForever says:

15.2 mm a little thick..?? 15.2 mm is VERY thick no matter what

David says:

I’d guess that the Daytona (and, say, the Speedy ‘57) may be somewhat more robustly built and better for rough and tumble use on a daily basis.

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