The name Bentley immediately spells out luxury as does Breitling so there is no surprise that this is one hell of a combination. The watch looks fantastic, expensive and rare. It’s no wonder because the price tag of this limited edition Mulliner Tourbillon is a whopping $154,000.
This is not that shocking when you consider that Breitling create some of the worlds most beautiful timepieces which are created with complicated and meticulous precision. This has become part of their brand, and is what appeals to so many luxury watch collectors worldwide.
The Mulliner Tourbillon Limited Edition Watch has been exclusively created for Bentley within a collection of timepieces called ‘Breitling For Bentley’ – A very fitting name considering!
This exact watch is one of most stunning watches in the collection, but why does it cost so much money and what makes it such a limited timepiece?
Mulliner, it’s name is a dedicated part of the Bentley Motor Company which specialise in creating stunning custom car interiors. They work with the finest pieces of wood, leather and metals to ensure that every one of Bentleys clients are happy.
Because of the name associated with this watch, you shouldn’t expect anything less than perfection. There is a gorgeous gold bexel and a very intricately decorated and designed dial which look magnificent.
This timepiece has exclusivity at it’s very core, because only two are created per month. But you have a choice of customising some of the features of the watch such as the case type. You can have white gold, rose gold, yellow gold or platinum. You can also select the dial shade from 15 different shades which are chosen from the bodies of Bentleys finest cars. You can even chose the share of the wooden ring on the case back and you can even chose the shade of the crocodile leather strap.
The inner workings of the watch are the highlight for us though. The watch featured a manual Breitling Calibre 18B, which means this is an exclusive Breitling for Bentley toubillon chronograph movement. This is then completed with a 30 second chronograph instrument which has a 15 minute totaliser and pointer date display.
You could but a brand new Bentley for the same amount of this wrist watch but what would you prefer?
You can find out more from Breitling and the Breitling For Bentley collection here: www.BreitlingforBentley.com
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