My 3 favourite Breitling watches!

Breitling make many famous and notable watches, these are my favourite ones. I haven’t previously talked about Breitling so this video is rather overdue.

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Vavazelus says:

Love that Blackbird Avenger!

mario siaven says:

to me my favorite is the superocean 42 mm though blue dial and shark mesh bracelet beautiful the only thing is given the choice i would go for the tudor pelagos as is more prestigious and has an in house mvmt for around $500 more

Vavazelus says:

First!

Oscar Gompels says:

❤️

Julio Valenzuela says:

Agree fully on the SuperOcean. Traded my 46 Superocean Heritage Silver dial Chrono with mesh bracelet for a Rolex Explorer II 16570 black dial. I really like my Explorer but really miss my Breitling. It’s blingy but not too blingy. The Explorer is a lot more subdued.

Jan Novotny says:

Very good vid, well done. I think the original pilot watches were so big as they were intended to be worn over the sleeve of pilot jacket. Check Stowa watches, the best pilot watches you can get IMHO.

Jesus Ramos says:

So cool! You were one of my first people on YouTube I followed and watched thru my journey in learning about luxury watches. And I must say is pretty cool that the first two watches being your favorite in the Breitling line up I personally own. Both the Avenger and the SuperOcean were my first luxury Watches. I recently am looking to get my speedy (soon I hope!) but these two were the watches that I gravitated towards myself.. Thanks again!

Jesus

Mike W says:

Three great choices Armand – the Transocean daydate is also a lovely piece, there were 100 made with a blue face (each individually numbered) but like gold dust to find. Mike

RationalPragmatist says:

Great vid and I really enjoy my Navitimer 01 – see http://imgur.com/9poGoFR

Victor Alvarez says:

This Blackbird is based on its father the Seawolf, a 3000m extreme diver, featuring an equally uncluttered dial when chosen with batton hour indices rather than stencil looking numbers. The sheer depth of the dial underneath the thick crystal is impressive. It used to be available in stratus silver which has a vintage creamy sort of look to it.

Great videos by the way, I’ve subscribed to your channel!!!

prince of beirut says:

watched a couple of your videos, may i say that i really enjoy your content and how well spoken you are

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