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Breitling's Galactic Unitime SleekT

The brand's new worldtimer merges retro styling with high-tech materials.
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Breitling takes it back to the classic Unitimes of yesterday with a new worldtimer watch that features two major developments for the storied watchmaker. The big news here is their new Caliber B35 which is their first "in-house" manufacture movement without a chronograph. Once you pull the crown out, the watch allows you to adjust all the indications in just one move, in both directions. 

The bezel is also worth noting as Breitling has placed a ring of Tungsten Carbide atop the face of the watch which is a high-tech material that is highly resistant composite with a strength that is five times the hardness of steel. Oh, and it looks good too. 

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