Breitling Montbrillant Olympus

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Chronograph by Breitling

In 2005 this version of the Breitling Montbrillant was presented. The large case whose bezel has a beaded decor reminds of the first Breitling Chronograph equipped with a slide rule. The two-tone dial is held in the same style: the time display clearly stands out from the logarithmic scales. The case back is decorated with a shaped medallion which shows a reproduction of the factory in the Rue Montbrillant, built by Léon Breitling in the watchmaking metropolis La Chaux-de-Fonds in 1892.

The Breitling Calibre 19 is a highly complex movement with about 250 components: an automatic Chronograph with perpetual calendar and moon phase, which is certified as chronometer. (The same movement with the same functionality is also used in the model Navitimer Olympus.)


A19350 stainless steel
H19350 red gold (limited series)


Self-winding movement Breitling 19 (basis ETA 2892-A2) with 28,800 A/h
Official chronometer with COSC certificate
38 jewels
Power reserve 42 hours


Stainless steel
Ø 42.1 mm, height 15.1 mm
Screw-in caseback
Rotating ratchet bezel with adjustable tachometer (slide rule)
Domed sapphire crystal with anti-glare treatment on both sides
Waterproof to 30 m


Black / silver / brown / blue


Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, day of week, month
Chronograph: ¼-seconds, 30-minutes and 12-hours counters,
Perpetual calendar, moon phase
Slide rule function


Barenia- or crocodile leather strap with folding clasp (or tang-type buckle) / Steel wristband «Navitimer» with folding clasp