Breitling Collectors know this Bulls-head model as a particularly rare model, but many watch collectors will simply appreciate the unusual appearance of this impressive watch.
The bullshead chrono was introduced in the 1970’s and was part of the style of the day. After years of being underappreciated, these rare and limited production watches are being sought by collectors around the world.
The multi colored dial features a blue background with red accents and a grey chapter ring . The watch is fitted with the Breitling automatic micro rotor chronograph movement shared with Heuer, Bulova and Hamilton during this period. Given the unconventional layout of the Heuer Calibre 12, you will note that the date window presents the date in a at the 3 o’clock position as opposed to the usual 6 o’clock position on most other watches using the micro-rotor movement. Please note the original Breitling signed crown.
The watch measures 44 mm wide by 50 mm long and is supplied on a 2 piece padded leather strap.