Breitling Navitimer Olympus

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The Navitimer Olympus is a chronograph by Breitling and belongs to the watch range Navitimer.

Breitling produced this successful model between 2002 and 2005. It gleams with an impressive number of additional horological refinements. The Calibre 19 is a highly complex movement with about 250 components. It is not only an automatic chronograph, but also has a perpetual calendar with date, day of week, month and moon phase. Furthermore, it is certified as a chronometer. (The same movement with the same functionality is also used in the model Montbrillant Olympus.)


A19340 stainless steel
H19340 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 or gold
Ø 42.1 mm, height 15.3 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
Engraved in the caseback is a conversion scale for aerospace applications


Black / silver and further variants


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


Link bracelet «Navitimer» in steel with folding clasp
Variants: Leather strap with folding clasp or tang-type buckle