Breguet Grand Complications
At the beginning of 1954 for the French military agency Centre d'Essais en Vol that approves new aircraft, three generations of a Type XX Chronograph were built. Breguet's first wristwatch chronograph was used to support the stopwatch which was first released in 1935. The characteristics of its were a rotating, easy-to-grab bezel and a flyback mechanism, which reacts to a single press of a button by reverting to zero and restarting the hand of the chronograph's elapsed seconds. For the French Air Force pilots, Breguet produced similar devices. In every lighting setting, the dial and hands were built to be visible. The 14-ligne caliber 22 from Valjoux was used in model XX. Exquisite Timepieces is an authorized dealer of the Breguet Grand Complications collection. You can find Breguet Grand Complications watches for sale here.