Innovation and tradition combined
The watchmaker Abraham-Louis Breguet stands like no other for the further development of his artistic craft. His innovative spirit continues to drive the House of Breguet to this day. The Breguet Type XXI is just one example. Its great speciality is the balance frequency of ten Hertz or 72,000 vibrations per hour. This makes the collection unique and, for optimum reading precision, allows the chronograph second hand to complete a rotation in just 30 seconds. But the Breguet Type XXI also features other watchmaking innovations such as the calibre's material composition and the silicon and titanium balance.
- Silicon and titanium set new standards for calibre and balance
- 40-hour power reserve
- Round case with a 44-millimetre diameter
- The case back: sapphire crystal
- Height: 18 millimetres
- Materials: stainless steel or rose gold