Breitling Colt Lady Light Blue Dial Diamond Hour Marks Gold Bezel Stainless Steel Case Two Tone Bracelet
Breitling Colt Lady Light Blue Dial Diamond Hour Marks Gold Bezel Stainless Steel Case Two Tone Bracelet Breitling Colt Lady Light Blue Dial Diamond Hour Marks Gold Bezel Stainless Steel Case Two Tone Bracelet Breitling Colt Lady Light Blue Dial Diamond Hour Marks Gold Bezel Stainless Steel Case Two Tone Bracelet Breitling Colt Lady Light Blue Dial Diamond Hour Marks Gold Bezel Stainless Steel Case Two Tone Bracelet Breitling Colt Lady Light Blue Dial Diamond Hour Marks Gold Bezel Stainless Steel Case Two Tone Bracelet Breitling Colt Lady Light Blue Dial Diamond Hour Marks Gold Bezel Stainless Steel Case Two Tone Bracelet Breitling Colt Lady Light Blue Dial Diamond Hour Marks Gold Bezel Stainless Steel Case Two Tone Bracelet Breitling Colt Lady Light Blue Dial Diamond Hour Marks Gold Bezel Stainless Steel Case Two Tone Bracelet Breitling Colt Lady Light Blue Dial Diamond Hour Marks Gold Bezel Stainless Steel Case Two Tone Bracelet

Breitling Colt Lady Light Blue Dial Diamond Hour Marks Gold Bezel Stainless Steel Case Two Tone Bracelet

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Brand Breitling

Movement Quartz (Battery)

Quality Japanese Miyota

Case Polished stainless steel case

Back Polished stainless steel snap-in back with Superocean Edition inscription

Bezel 18k yellow gold plated bezel with engraved minute markers

Crown Dome-shaped polished stainless steel cutwork crown

Bracelet 18k yellow gold plated and polished stainless steel link bracelet with Breitling 1884 engraved and logo inscribed polished stainless steel deployment clasp

Band Type Stainless Steel

Watch Clasp Security Clasp

Glass Sapphire Crystal

Color Two-Toned

Dial Color Blue

Gender Women

Diameter 42 x 36 mm What does this measure?

Bracelet Length 190 x 18 mm

Case Thickness 14 mm

Shipping Size Small

  • Swiss or Japanese?

    Difference between Swiss and Japanese Quality:

    Body:
    The materials that are used for the casing, bracelet, and exterior features of both types of watch are the same. The only difference is in the precision of the manufacturing. Some exterior details may be closer to the original and the exterior features of the watch may be more exact on the Swiss models.

    Mechanism:
    The biggest difference between Swiss and Japanese quality is the mechanism itself. Swiss quality watches are made with Swiss ETA movement and are actually made in Switzerland. They are identical to the original in every way. Japanese quality watches are made with Miyota movement. This mechanism can sometimes be less precise.

    Features:

    • On Japanese quality watches the chronograph feature is sometimes just for show.
    • On Swiss quality watches the power reserve is better so it will need to be wound less.

    Warning:
    Although some sites may make a claim their replica watches are water proof no replica watch is water proof. They are water resistant. This means you cannot submerge your watch in water and you should remove it before taking a shower.

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  • Questions? Read our information pamphlet

    WATCH INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION

    Warning:

    This watch is water resistant not water proof. You cannot submerge your watch in water and you should remove it before taking a shower.

    Understanding your watch:

    The Crown: The crown is the main dial or knob on your watch. It is the biggest and the center one to the right. It is used to set and wind your watch.

    The crown has 4 positions:

    Position 1: Closed- When you receive your watch the crown will be in the closed position. Once you have opened the crown you need to press the crown inwards and turn it clockwise to screw it back into the closed position. It is always advisable to keep the crown tightly closed when you are not adjusting the date or time.

    Position 2: Winding- Starting with the watch in the closed position, if you turn the crown counter-clockwise the knob will unscrew, once unscrewed it will pop out. This initial position is for winding. Always wind in a clockwise direction (away from your body). Winding counter clockwise can damage your watch.

    Position 3: Date-Starting with the crown in position 2 gently nudge the dial outwards by pulling with your thumb and forefinger. It is important to note that pulling it all the way out will move it to position 4. You need to find the sweet spot between position 2 and 4 to change the date. If your watch does not display the date there will be no position 3. When the crown is in the date position it is very important that you do not force it counter clockwise. You can damage the mechanism.

    Position 4: Time- Starting from either position 2 or 3, with your thumb and forefinger pull the crown out until it stops. From this final position you can change the time. Always move the crown in a clockwise direction. Moving the dial counter clockwise can damage the mechanism.

    *Some watches (Hublot & Cartier) have 4 different dials or knobs that are used for setting the date and time.

    Operating Instructions:

    Winding your watch: When you first receive your automatic watch you will need to manually wind it for approximately 1 minute. This is what we call ‘jumpstarting’ your watch. From position 2 turn the dial clockwise for 3 consecutive minutes. Do not turn the dial counter clockwise. You could damage the mechanism.

    To ensure your watch is fully wound we recommend also winding it by 2 full clockwise circles 3 times a day for the following 2 to 3 days. After that your watch will continue to self-wind from the motion of your wrist provided you continue to wear it every day.

    Setting the Time: While the crown is in position 4 turn the dial clockwise (away from your body) until the hands have reached the correct position. Do not turn the dial counter-clockwise. You could damage the mechanism.

    Setting the Date: With the crown in position 3 turn the dial clockwise (away from your body) to change the date. If your watch also displays the day you may be able to turn the dial counter clockwise to change the day. Do not force it; if your watch does not have this functionality you could damage your watch by turning the dial counter clockwise.

     

    Chronographs: Many of our watch models feature up to 3 sub-dials. These are chronographs (essentially stop watches) with timekeeping intervals ranging from seconds to hours. The chronographs are activated with start/stop push buttons located next to the crown. To start a chronograph, simply push the button corresponding to that sub-dial, and press the same button again to stop it.

    How is your watch powered?

    Kinetic Watch: Your kinetic watch does not use a battery. Inside the face of the watch there is a small mallet which self-winds the watch according to the movement of your hand. If you take the watch off for more than 24 hours you may have to reset the watch and wind it.

    Quartz Watch: A quartz watch is powered by a battery. The battery will need to be replaced regularly in order to keep your watch in working order.

    Japanese vs. Swiss Watches:

    The materials that are used for the casing, bracelet, and exterior features of both types of watch are the same. The only difference is in the precision of the manufacturing. Some exterior details may be closer to the original and the exterior features of the watch may be more exact on the Swiss models.
    Swiss quality watches are made with Swiss ETA movement and are actually made in Switzerland. They are identical to the original in every way. Japanese quality watches are made with Miyota movement. This mechanism can sometimes be less precise.
    It is also common on Japanese quality watches that some of the functionality is for show only. By contrast, all the functionality of the Swiss watches is fully operational. The power reserve on the Swiss watches is better so it will need to be wound less.

    Trouble Shooting:

    Your Watch Stops Working: Your automatic watch does not use a battery and winds itself using the movement of your wrist. It is normal for a watch to stop after 24-48 hours of not being worn. You will need to wind your watch and reset the time as outlined in this pamphlet. It will then automatically wind itself once you start wearing it again.

    Your Watch is Losing Or Gaining Time: If your Automatic watch is losing or gaining time in a 24-hour period, while you are wearing it, the watch movement needs to be adjusted. All of our automatic watches feature Japanese Miyota or Swiss ETA movements with an adjustment screw just like the original. Any local jeweler can easily service these watches.

    Chronograph Doesn’t Work: Our Swiss watches have fully functional chronographs just like the originals. If one of the chronographs stops working it needs to be serviced by a professional. Servicing a chronograph involves removing the case and manually restarting or replacing the mechanism that controls it.
    Unfortunately many Japanese made watches do not have the separate mechanism necessary to operate multi-function chronographs. If you wish to have fully functional chronographs we recommend you purchase a Swiss quality watch.

    Battery Powered Watch Does Not Work

    If your watch is not fully operational when you receive it, it may be necessary to remove and replace the battery of your watch to restart it.

     

    We recommend having your watch serviced once or twice a year to ensure the mechanism continues to work.

     

Customer Reviews

A Habit of Ordering
Will update
29/10/2017
I will be purchasing this watch from this company. I like this watch as a "night time/travel" watch, mainly writing this review and purchasing (and will update) based on company "Authentic Watches" promise this is "real" and will to be taking to Breitling dealer once delivered.
Customer
I'm a fighter pilot in the Navy and I wear ...
29/10/2017
I'm a fighter pilot in the Navy and I wear this watch every day to work. It's beat up and scratched and I think that's the way it was meant to be worn. It's a phenomenal watch and stands up to its intended use. I had questions with the operation of the watch and called Breitling customer service and they walked me through everything. You can't go wrong with this timepiece.
jpaul
Great gift that should help me be on time....occasionally.
29/10/2017
My wife bought this watch for me the other day. Got tired of looking at my Sea Master still working and looking fine after 25+ years and decided I needed a watch from this century. Being a techy guy it appealed to me but blew my mind that she actually "liked" the way this looked; so I certainly didn't argue. This watch is an acquired taste. It may not appeal to "real" watch aficionados who don't give two sh__ts for anything without a mechanical movement. After a while mechanical watches can be a pain to keep wound or reset and cost a fortune to maintain when you reach that stage. Anyway, I have the version with the black dial and titanium band...and I love it in spite of the fact that I had to read a 59 page manual to set it up....techy guys actually read those things so I didn't mind the challenge. The watch was purchased from a brick and mortar store. A well known, well stocked, well respected Breitling AD. It is not a jewelry-like dress watch by any stretch. There are dozens of optional settings. It is mind boggling. Although I am a frequent Amazon customer I can not testify about an online experience buying this watch but I can tell you once you decide which version appeals to you and get past the ransom you will be very happy with the precision quality, function and appearance of the watch itself. Probably nobody but you and I will have any idea how unique it is.
Customer
Excellent quality, really lives up to the Breitling name
29/10/2017
Excellent quality, really lives up to the Breitling name. The size of the operator's manual can be a little intimidating, but once you understand the operation of the stem and buttons it's easy. This is a very nice looking watch.

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