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Breitling Bentley A44362


Pre-Owned Breitling 48mm Bentley 6.75 Black Dial Stainless Steel Bracelet A44362

Breitling created the Bentley 6.75 out of respect for Bentley’s tradition of hand assembly of their 6.75-liter engines, which power some of the world’s most luxurious automobiles,. The COSC certified chronometer that powers the watch is in keeping with both Bentley’s and Breitling’s high quality standards. The bezel has the knurled motif that marks the Breitling for Bentley models and is in 48 mm stainless steel case with black dial on a stainless steel bracelet.

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Additional information

Band Color

Stainless Steel

Band Material

Stainless Steel

Box and Papers

Box and Papers







Case Material

Stainless Steel

Case Size





Fold-Over Push Button Deployant


Chronograph, Date

Crystal Material


Dial Color


Case Finish

Brushed, Polished

Item ID00016537
Model #A44362
Model NameBentley 6.75


The modern chronograph watch would not function as it does today without Breitling’s influence. Leon Breitling founded the company in 1884 already manufacturing innovative chronographs. After his death in 1914, his son Gaston took control and produced one of the world’s first wrist chronographs with a separate pusher. Gaston’s son Willy introduced the two-pusher chronograph and the iconic Chronomat in 1942, which added a slide rule with a chronograph. In 1952 they produced the Navitimer with a built-in slide rule that became the official pilot’s watch for the AOPA pilot union. Astronaut Scott Carpenter found his Navitimer so useful that he asked Breitling to modify the watch to use a 24-hour dial, which he then wore into space in 1962 aboard a Mercury capsule. To celebrate his 25th anniversary as head of the company, Willy also introduced the SuperOcean diver’s watch with a water-resistance of 200 meters. Clearly, any admirer of chronographs should become familiar with Breitling. In recent years, Breitling is returning to its heritage of producing in-house movements and a design that pays tribute to its heritage but with a modern ascetic.