“Thunderball” Returns:Luxury New Breitling Top Time Limited Edition Replica Watch

In “Thunderball” in 1965, British super spy James Bond used the Breitling replica watches’ “Top Time” model to equip a Geiger counter to track a batch of stolen nuclear missiles hidden underwater. Today, following other recent successful re-editing of historical favorites. The best time is an important but often overlooked part of our heritage, and we know it will attract men and women who love history, design and outstanding performance.

Replica Top Time Limited Edition

Although the new Top Time Limited Edition top replica watch does not have a Geiger counter, it will appeal to most people who seek to emulate the unique Bond style of the 1960s. The original Top Time-launched more than 50 years ago, described as “ultra-modern”, “suitable for the needs of young and active professionals”, they will appreciate the unique “Zorro” dial layout, its two parallel white sub dials Black domino mask-like pattern composition.The luxury replica watch has a stainless steel case with a diameter of 41 mm, a convex sapphire crystal, no screws, a single spacer crown and plunger chronograph buttons.

The steel case of the AAA replica watch is mounted on a frosted leather strap, giving it a retro feel.Inside the 30-meter waterproof case is a self-winding chronograph movement that can store a 48-hour power reserve. Like all Breitling replica watch movements, it is marked with “CHRONOMETER” on the dial of Top Time, which complies with the strict timing standards of the Swiss official testing agency COSC.

The red details of the high quatily replica watch accentuate the retro-looking dial. Red details add color to the mainly black and white dial, such as the hour, minute and central chronograph seconds, as well as the red part of the 3-point sub-dial. This sub-dial will record the number of elapsed timing minutes, while the other sub-dial at 9 o’clock will display the running seconds. Super-LumiNova coated hour and minute hands and hour markers, and the decimal scale occupies the flange of the dial.