Breitling Montbrillant

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The name "Montbrillant"

The name "Montbrillant" derives from the Rue Mont Brilliant, a street in the watchmaker town of La Chaux-de-Fonds, where Léon Breitling opened his watch factory in 1892 after relocating from Saint-Imier.

The pilot's chronograph Montbrillant by Breitling is a chronograph from the Navitimer series with classic appeal. Current models of this series are chronometer-certified. As a dial emblem it bears, unlike most other Breitling models, not the winged "B", but a curved logo with the brand name in the style of the 1940s or 1950s.

Montbrillant models

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Breitling Montbrillant (base model)


H30030 gold
Ab 1999
A41330, A41030 stainless steel


Self-winding movement Breitling 41 (basis ETA 2892-A2) with 28,800 A/h
Official chronometer with COSC certificate
38 jewels
Power reserve 42 hours


Stainless steel, steel/gold, gold
Ø 38 mm, height 13 mm
Screw-in caseback
Rotating ratchet bezel with adjustable tachymeter (slide rule)
Domed mineral glass with anti-glare treatment on both sides (since 2008: sapphire crystal)
Waterproof to 3 atm


Black / silver


Hours, minutes, small seconds, date
Chronograph: ¼-seconds, 30-minutes and 12-hours counters
Slide rule function


Metal bracelet «Navitimer» with folding clasp / leather strap with folding clasp (or tang-type buckle)