Breguet 7067 Tradition GMT Timepiece
The rare and exquisite timepiece is available in a 40 mm white or rose gold case. The button located at the 10 o’clock position on the caseband activates the timezone change of the off-centre dial at 12 o’clock. In addition, a second engine-turned dial, toned in black and silver, at 8 o’clock, displays the reference time. Above the aforementioned dial, we can obviously admire a day/night display.
Two interesting features are the silicone-garnished Breguet spring with its raised terminal curve and the inverted inline lever escapement. Furthermore, the prominence of the balance wheel at 4 o’clock is truly staggering. And, continuing the Tradition series, the 50-hour power reserve indicator is located at the back of the watch and can be viewed through the sapphire-crystal caseback, via a clever differential system, along with a part of the hand-wound movement.
What seems to be the weirdest fact, if you ask us, is the price – the Breguet 7067 Tradition GMT costs a stunning $39,000, much lower than we thought it would.