Breguet – Type XXII 3880
Breguet ‘s Type XXII product line sees the expansion of a new rose gold form of this astounding chronograph with flyback capacity and second time-region.
The 44 mm amazingly refined case, portrayed by the round-finished horns and the two-way turning bezel, houses a self-winding chronograph development with silicon escapement and flat balance spring whose recurrence has been raised to a noteworthy 10 Hertz (for example 72,000 vibrations per hour) deciding a lower level of abnormalities to the rate.
At the core of this specialized endeavor is the utilization of silicon, resulting in more lightweight portable components and the evasion of the lubrication issues produced by high frequencies.
The chronograph seconds hand impacts a complete turn in 30 seconds. The minutes graduation in the structure of dashes – one red and the other white – arranged on the flange, combined with the numbered seconds graduation likewise showing up in red and white, serves to establish whether the chronograph counter is in its first (red sectors) or second (white areas) 30-second unrest.
The Breguet Type XXII chronograph highlights a flyback function, permitting the aggregator to be returned to nothing and in a split second restarted in one operation.
At 6 o’clock, the dial incorporates a subsequent time-region marker along with the date aperture. A two-position crown resets the second time-zone indicator by moving the hour hand without influencing the moment hand. A 24-hour night-and-day pointer at 3 o’clock tells the wearer whether it is daytime or evening time in the territory covered by the second time-zone. At 9 o’clock, a sub dial shows the running seconds making full rotations in 30 seconds.
The Type XXII is water-impervious to 10 bar (100 meters/330 feet).