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Pristine Breitling Chronoliner 46 Black Dial on Black Croco with New Style Deployment Clasp! Comes with original boxes and papers including the COSC certificate, hand tag, and manual. The ceramic bezel on the Chronoliner blows every other model out of the water including the Superocean Heritage. It is an undeniably stunning piece and has only been offered for a couple years, it is one of the hidden gems in Breitling’s production! Selling for $3850 shipped FedEx fully insured.

This is a super clean watch, no notable signs of wear with only normal wear on the clasp. Please pay attention to pictures as I feel they are very representative of condition, and please excuse any lint or dust in the photo. The crystal is perfect and the watch is ready to go!

Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions. You can find me on WUS under my account name Camdamonium; I have multiple references across the country.

Breitling Chronoliner 46
Reference Number: Y2431012/BE10
MSRP: $7,640
Bezel: Bidirectional Black Ceramic
Band: Black Croco
Band Width: 24.0 mm
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Case Diameter: 46.0 mm
Case Finish: Polished
Case Thickness: 15.95 mm
Clasp: Deployment
Crown: Push-Pull
Crystal: Scratch Resistant Glareproof Sapphire
Dial Color: Black with Silver Subdials
Dial Markers: Stick Hour Markers
Functions: Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Date, GMT
Jewels: 25
Luminescent Hands & Markers
Movement: Breitling Calibre 24
Power Reserve: 42 Hours
Vibrations Per Hour: 28,800
Water Resistance: 100M / 330FT















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Is it true this model does not have an in-house movement?
If you read through the description, you will see it has the Calibre 24 also denoted by the first two integers in the reference number. Most Breitling's do not have in-house movements with the Chronoliner being no exception. Usually results in them being more reliable and robust in my opinion. In-house always costs the most to service and has to be serviced the most often. So, whether Breitling's have in-house or not on a model per model basis I do not personally care as each has its pros and cons. I like low priced and generally quick servicing with the ETA / Valjioux based movements. Never any long stories with them at the watchmaker unlike some in-house that have been nightmares.
 
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