Somehow, I’ve managed to run into a lack of ideas to cover in Historical Horology, so I’m going run a few videos for you here of how Breitling maintains and polishes their watches, should you decide to send yours in for service. Not 100% in line with what we’ve covered in this series before, but they interesting (and easy) viewing.
Breitling Chronograph Maintenance
Of course, this means if you’ve got an idea that you’d like to see us cover in this Sunday series, feel free to drop us a line.
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