The dial includes a second time-zone indicator at 6 o’clock, and an aperture for the date along with an aperture for the date. The two-position crown can reset the second-time-zone indicator by moving the central hour hand without affecting the minute hand. With the crown in that position, the date will continue to reflect the time displayed on the main dial. A 24-hour night-and-day indicator at 3 o’clock indicates whether it is daytime or nighttime in the second time zone. The subdial at 9 o’clock displays the dynamic tableau of the running seconds making their swift, 30-second rotations. The Type XXII 3880 comes fitted with an integrated brown leather strap that complements the dial and harmonizes well with the rose gold of the case. The price is $35,500. (Click on the photo to enlarge the image.)
Movement: Breguet Caliber 589F, automatic chronograph, numbered and signed; 13 3/4 lignes; 27 jewels; 40-hour power reserve; high frequency silicon escapement (10Hz); Breguet balance wheel with regulating screws; silicon balance-spring; adjusted in six positions
Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds, flyback chronograph, second time zone indication, date
Case and strap: 18k rose gold case with fluted caseband; diameter = 44 mm; round-ended lugs; two-way rotating bezel with 60-minute scale; screw-locked crown; water-resistant to 100 meters; on brown leather strap
Dial and hands: brown dial with luminous hands and hour-markers; chapter ring with Arabic numerals; center-mounted red chronograph seconds hand; half-minute totalizer in center; 24-hour indicator at 3 o’clock; second time zone indicator at 6 o’clock with luminous Arabic numerals; small second subdial at 9 o’clock; date in aperture at 6 o’clock
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