At Baselworld 2011 arrive new models Breitling Bentley GT Ice, total white for the new look of the two chronographs dedicated to fans of sports cars of the historic British brand

Looking forward to Baselworld 2011, the fair dedicated to the world of watchmaking at the start on March 24, here is a preview signed Breitling, with a total white version for Bentley GT and Bentley GT Racing “Ice”. The Gran Turismo so choose white for the new look of the two chronographs. More compact than the other models Breitling Bentley GT models have already been a great success because of the improved dressing on each wrist. Now, the new version of “Ice” makes the new more sophisticated and classy watches, thanks to the choice of white lacquer, exclusive Bentley body color.
Baselworld receives every year a huge success, presenting the news in the great houses of watchmaking professionals and enthusiasts. Waiting to find out what beauty store for the 2011 edition, Breitling Bentley gave a class held at the two GT models.

The dial Ice White, matching the rubber strap, are enhanced by rimmed counters, recalling the dashboards of the finest Bentley Grand Tourer, while the bezel by the knurled relief reminds the typical knobs of the British brand.

The frame consists of a steel case with a smooth finish.

The Ice version gives a new touch of style to the models Breitling Bentley GT Ice, in perfect harmony with the choice of car manufacturer to always give the best to the fans of sports cars, even in the watches.

The model Bentley GT Racing Ice, more refined and elegant, has in addition a game where the satin finishes horizontal surfaces alternate with smooth vertical ones. On the back of both models stands then the profile of the famous Bentley Continental GT.

The Ice models are motivated by Breitling replica Calibre 13B, chronometer-certified by the COSC. The calendar shows the day and date through a large twin aperture at 3 o’clock Bidirectional rotating bezel allows you to activate the “variable tachometer”, a world exclusive signed Breitling, to measure the average speed traveled.