Vintage Watch Wednesday: Breitling Bullhead

Mar 17, 2014

If you’re in the market for a vintage watch that doubles as the ultimate conversation starter, this Breitling Bullhead Chronograph is an excellent choice. This particular beauty hails from the late 60s/early 70s and features the iconic pushers at the 11/1 positions, with the crown located at the 6 position, hence the Bullhead moniker.

This is one of those special chronographs that comes fully stacked:  12 and 30-minute subdials, tachymetre scale with pulsations, all enveloped in a solid 43mm steel case.

Find this fine vintage timepiece here,  and peruse other stellar watches in our Man of the World online shop.

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