Breitling reveals Bentley ISR watch

Grenchen-based Swiss watch specialist, Breitling, has created a special timepiece to commemorate Bentley’s world-record breaking run on ice in a Continental Supersports convertible piloted by Juha Kankkunen.

The Finnish driving legend, drove the convertible on the frozen waters of the Baltic Sea, managing to hit 330.695 km/h (205.48 mph), breaking his previous record of 321.6 km/h (199.83 mph).

The self-winding Breitling Calibre 27B movement lives inside a titanium case with special engraving on the back, while the carbon fibre weave face lies beneath a glare proofed sapphire crystal face. The limited edition chronograph is water resistant to a depth of 100 m and is presented in a carbon fibre box fitted with a unique plaque.

[Source: Bentley]

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