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A Watch Worthy Of Envy

The Bentley Mulliner Tourbillon is a Watch Worthy of Envy

  BY TEAM TNS    SEP 18TH 2012 AT 11:59AM

The Bentley Mulliner Tourbillon: A Customised Watch Worthy of Envy

Image Via Breitling for Bentley

The name Bentley has always been synonymous with luxury, exclusivity and excellence whether it is for looks or performance. Much like the cars themselves, the watches produced by Breitling for Bentley embody the distinctiveness and opulence associated with the brand.

This unique timepiece derives its name from Bentley Mulliner, a division of the company which deals solely with the customisation of its cars. Living up to that reputation, this tourbillon has various options that the buyer can customise his watch with. Watch cases can be made from various materials like platinum, white gold, yellow gold or rose gold. The colour of the dial can also be picked from the fifteen colours available for the interiors of the Bentley car. If the crocodile leather strap does not appeal to you, a five link metal strap is also available in the same material as the watch case. Now that is what personalisation truly stands for in today’s day and age!

Interestingly, the Bentley Mulliner Tourbillon is also the only watch in the series which has a tourbillon mechanism, as well as a thirty second chronograph. The unique workings of this watch are visible through its sapphire glass arc as well as its transparent back case.

This timepiece is crafted with so much care and precision that Breitling only produces two such watches in a year! If you have been wanting to own an ultra exclusive and unique timepiece, this watch might just end your search.

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