Breitling

More about Breitling

Founded in 1884 by Leon Breitling, the company was designed as a manufacturer of meters and chronographs for industrial and scientific purposes. Breitling is also the most famous Swiss manufacturer of watch design for pilots for decades. From the historic Navitimer to the high-tech chronograph featuring a high-performance quartz movement and multiple functions, the brand's catalog evolves with the times to adapt to modern aviation. Among the most notable clients of the company are the US Armed Forces and some major international airlines. Pilot watches are not the only ones concerned since the firm offers a wide choice of diving watches. Today, Breitling must guarantee the excellence of its heritage. The timepieces produced are luxury watches with irreproachable quality, condensed with advanced technology, robustness, performance and style. The portfolio consists of several collections including both retro trend watches and modern timepieces that impress with their technique. The factory has developed a high-tech production at La Chaux-de-Fond for its movements.

Frequently Asked Questions

Only people who have been living in Switzerland for more than one year, who are Swiss or have a B or C permit, and aged between 25 and 64 years are eligible for 0% loan.

You will only be asked for your identity document (B or C permit or Swiss identity document).

Your order can be cancelled or exchanged within 14 days from its delivery date.

from the date of receipt of your order. Only watches that have not been worn, in perfect condition and in their original packaging can be returned or exchanged.

All our new watches are delivered with their original box and certificate as well as the manufacture's international warranty. Pre-owned watches are checked by a professional and, in case the original warranty has expired, Watchdreamer offers you a 12-month Warranty.

Your request is processed instantaneously from Monday to Friday between 8:00 am and 6:00 pm, and outside these hours within 12 hours.

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