Classic AVI Chronograph 42 Curtiss Warhawk

Ref: A233802A1L1X1


The Breitling Classic Avi Chronograph 42 Curtiss Warhawk watch pays homage to the iconic Curtiss P-40 Warhawk aircraft, renowned for its agility and resilience during World War II. With a 42mm stainless steel case, this timepiece embodies the spirit of early aviation. Its self-winding mechanical movement, the Breitling Caliber 23, boasts a 48-hour power reserve and COSC certification for precision. The chronograph function records time in 1/4th second, 30 minutes, and 12 hours increments. Its dial and bezel feature large, easy-to-read Arabic numerals, while the knurled bezel ensures a secure grip. Available with a calfskin strap or stainless steel bracelet, it combines rugged aesthetics with aviation history, making it a distinctive choice for pilots and travelers alike.
  • Case

    Stainless Steel

  • Diameter


  • Dial


  • Functions

    Chronograph, Hours, Minutes, Power Reserve, Seconds

  • Movement


  • Bracelet/Strap


PRICE $5,800.00
WARRANTY Any person having purchased a Breitling watch or chronograph from an authorized Breitling retailer can claim cover under the international warranty by showing the electronic Breitling international warranty card to any authorized Breitling retailer or distributor, as well as to any authorized Breitling service center. Your Breitling watch or chronograph is guaranteed against any manufacturing defect for a two-year period. The warranty takes effect as of the date of purchase of the watch.
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Brand Heritage

Breitling Watches Brand History

Breitling Watches Brand History

Léon Breitling focused on chronographs, which were increasingly in demand at the time for industrial, military, and scientific applications as well as for athletic organizations. In 1889, Léon Breitling was granted a patent for a simplified model, which distinguished itself from its competitors through its sleek design, uncomplicated manufacturing process, and straightforward maintenance. Léon Breitling passed away in 1914 and his son Gaston took over the family business. He had inherited his father’s pioneering spirit, innovative flair, and an insatiable passion for chronographs, which he demonstrated in 1915 with the launch of one of the world’s first wrist chronographs with a separate push-piece above the watch crown.