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PostPosted: Mon Oct 12, 2015 9:56 pm 
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Hi I recently got a Navitimer old.

I was wondering if it is the real deal. I have included photos of it. the reason I ask is because I cant find the serial number on it and the warranty isn't dated but is stamped with a date but I did check and the AD is a real breitling distributor.
Any help would be great. Thanks guys.
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Real Breitling Old Navitimer 2 , circa 18 - 20 years old , congrats for it but not at the right place in the vintage section .
Type A13022 and SN 7032 could not be more clearly stamped on the caseback , would you expect something else?
The COSC certificate number is related to caliber COSC registration and not to watch SN. It speaks about the caliber and not of the complete watch.


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COSC is for a different watch, this piece is not COSC certified.


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Looks like a legit Old Navitimer with the old Tritium markers. Serial number is 7032 and like Roff said, the COSC is for another watch.

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saabreit wrote:
The COSC certificate number is related to caliber COSC registration and not to watch SN. It speaks about the caliber and not of the complete watch.


If you're talking about the Montre No all the COSC's I've had match the serial number of the watch.



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vintage wrote:
saabreit wrote:
The COSC certificate number is related to caliber COSC registration and not to watch SN. It speaks about the caliber and not of the complete watch.


If you're talking about the Montre No all the COSC's I've had match the serial number of the watch.


Yes. COSC number (Montre No.) is technically the movement serial number because that's what COSC tests, not completed watches. However, Breitling always assigns the movement serial to the watch so that they match. In this case, as noted earlier, the COSC is not for this watch, and this watch (or technically the movement inside) is not COSC certified, it was produced before Breitling began that process.


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