For Baselworld 2011, Breitling and Bentley have again joined forces to present you yet another co-branded Barnato Racing automatic chronograph.
Breitling for Bentley
The 2011 Breitling for Bentley GT Ice Chronograph offers a snow-white dial and the signature rotating bezel with circular slide-rule (also known as a variable tachometer.) Designed to celebrate Bentley’s numerous achievements of “top speed” records set on icy surfaces in cold places, the new limited edition just nails it when it comes to the exterior finish.
The Breitling for Bentley Supersports is an interesting piece for those dreaming about Bentley sports cars, but still lacking financial means (or courage) to actually buy one. Crafted from high-grade stainless steel, the chronograph is supplied in an extremely massive body, which will probably weigh half a ton and could be successfully used during a routine free-weight workout by advanced lifters.
The recent series of Breitling for Bentley GMT Chronographs is equipped with a chronometer movement officially certified by the local COSC authority. Presented in a predictably larger than life case, which is currently available both in steel and in 18-karat rose gold (and something tells me that there is also a two-tone version on the way,) the “sporty” collection makes a strong impression: if not with its style, then with its shameless kitschiness.