New Breitling Bentley 6.75 Chronograph Midnight Black Carbon Edition

Bentley Bentley 6.75 Chronograph (Bentley 6.75) launched a limited-edition model with a pure black appearance, which is more powerful and bold, and is a tribute to Bentley’s most powerful 6.75 liter engine in the history of the car. This is the engine that drives the luxurious and distinguished Bentley’s top flagship Mulsanne.

 The black outfit of the Bentley 6.75 chronograph Midnight Black Carbon (Bentley 6.75 Midnight Carbon) has been treated with high-strength carbonization, the lines are dynamic and the bezel is inspired by Bentley’s famous radiator grille. The sporty style of the satin-brushed stainless steel case. The dark black dial complements the vertical cutout that exposes the movement. Hidden surprise masterpiece hidden on the back of the case: the gorgeous black Bentley’s unique five-star wheel shape is gripping against the back of the metal case. This watch is equipped with a precision automatic winding chronograph movement certified by the Swiss Official Astronomical Observatory (COSC). It is equipped with a unique ‘large window calendar’ system. The date is displayed in two highly readable double independent windows: one displays ten digits and the other One display single digit. The Breitling Bentley 6.75 Chronograph Midnight Black Carbon Edition is limited to 1,000 pieces worldwide, with a raised central ridged rubber strap that matches the bezel pattern. In black, it is the black nobleman in the Breitling Bentley chronograph.

Technical Parameters

Movement: Breitling 44B movement, certified by the Swiss Official Observatory (COSC), self-winding, high swing frequency of 28,800 per hour, 38 gem bearings; timing accuracy of 1/4 second, with 30 minutes and 12 hours cumulative timing Display; ‘large window’ calendar display.

Case: black steel; waterproof to 100 meters (330 feet / 10 atmospheres); screw-in crown; two-way gear structure rotating bezel (with variable speedometer, ring slide); curved sapphire crystal, Double-sided anti-glare treatment; special decorative case back; diameter: 49 mm.

Dial: Royal Ebony.

Strap: Bentley II Bentley rubber strap.

Carnegie Hall Installed Breguet Tourbillon Clock

On October 5th, Breguet launched a new sponsorship of Carnegie Hall in New York in 2012-2013: unveiling the specially produced Breguet tourbillon clock, the ceremony opened at a charity concert The ceremony was held in front of Breguet’s American brand manager Michael Nelson, Carnegie Hall Art Director Clive Gillinson, and Carnegie Hall Chairman Sandy Weill. The charity concert welcomed the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Kado Muti, the Chicago Children’s Choir and soloists Rosa Feola, Antonio Giovanni and Audun Iversen. Breguet Michael Nelson (middle), Cliff Killinson and Sandy Weill unveil new clock
    Breguet, which sponsored the opening night of the charity evening, is now the official ‘exclusive timer’ for Carnegie Hall. The dinner was held in the banquet hall of the nearby Waldorf-Astoria. The clock analog Breguet’s original tourbillon watch designed in 1801 is the company’s first clock for American architecture. This is the first addition to the hall since its renovation in 1986. The clock is paired with a backlit white dial, decorated with the familiar guilloché pattern and classic blue Breguet hands, and a gold case. The clock was assembled in Switzerland and took 6 months. Breguet said the clock contains an electric drive movement.
Breguet watches on display at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel
    More than 500 guests attended the opening night, including New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Sarah Jessica Parker (American actress) and Chelsea Clinton, raising a total of $ 2.7 million to support Carnegie Hall Art and education projects. Breguet’s sponsorship of Carnegie Hall is the latest step in the brand’s long-standing relationship with cultural institutions.
Guests at a charity dinner