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ETA’s decision to limit sales of movement blanks outside the Swatch Group spurred the development of in-house movements in the 21st century.
With the slide rule headlining the gorgeous new Breitling Navitimer 1 Automatic 38mm, Revolution delves into the history and development of the rule and its use alongside timekeeping that continues today.
Under the guidance of new CEO, Georges Kern and new Creative Director, Guy Bove Breitling introduces 5 watches with their new Navitimer 8 collection.
Revolution’s editors pick holiday watches for each other — in secret.
Tudor has a track record of using third party movements to power its iconic and now highly collectible watches. Fleurier, Valjoux, Schilds and ETA have all provided calibres to drive one of horology’s biggest success stories since the 1940s. At Baselworld this year Tudor announced the name of its latest collaborator — another big name in the industry — Breitling.