Breguet Type XX

Designed in the 1950s for the French naval air arm, the 'Type XX' returns to the Breguet collection in a civilian version fitted with a self-winding movement. Its chronograph, however, retains the fly-back (retour en vol) needed for flying search patterns.

Its uncompromising looks and strong build have made the 'Type XX' popular among those seeking an original and technical sports-watch. Breguet makes 'Type XX' watches in two versions: the 'Aéronavale' and the 'Transatlantique', which has a date indication. Versions of the 'Transatlantique' are also made for women who appreciate technical elegance.

Breguet Type XX Showcase