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Breguet Tourbillon Messidor Watch 5335BR


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Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Breguet
Part Number 5335BR/42/9W6

Product Description

Breguet Tourbillon Messidor Watch 5335BR : Breguet Grandes Complications watch, round 18kt rose gold case (40mm diameter, 9.65mm thick) with transparent caseback, brown crocodile leather strap, off-centered transparent engine-turned dial with 18kt rose gold hour markers with blue steeled Breguet hands, seconds subdial on tourbillon, 25 jewel 558 SQ2 manual-winding movement, scratch resistant sapphire crystals, water resistant to 30 meters.

  • ASIN: B002T4V3W4
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
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Customer Reviews

This watch certainly did the trick.
Fred History
I already had the information entered on my account for my credit card and was about to place the order, but I asked my wife if she liked it.
moldy912
Having purchased this watch, I can tell you first hand that it is worth every penny.
Dylan

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507 of 515 people found the following review helpful By Dylan on October 17, 2010
I actually first saw this watch at a neat little store in Luxembourg, as I was refilling my ruby-encrusted helicopter with gasoline made out of unicorn tears. I passed it by, thinking nothing of it, but as I landed on the solid gold helipad of my fourteen-story chateau, it got me thinking: What am I missing in my life? I asked my pedigree manservant to fetch me the name of this trivial timepiece, and with a knowing chuckle I discovered that this Tourbillon watch came from the same countryside workshop as my armoir made of faberge eggs! Hearing this, of course, it had to be mine. Having purchased this watch, I can tell you first hand that it is worth every penny. The ability to tell the time when I look at my wrist is well worth the money. Of course, I had to buy three for my long-wristed manservant; sometimes it is a bit too much trouble to look at one's own arm. But whether you're scaling a custom-made solid platinum full-scale replica of Mt. Everest, or diving to the depths of the Adriatic Sea in your sapphire-encrusted submarine, you can be sure that this watch will tell you the time.
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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Fred History on November 18, 2010
After purchasing the The Mountain Three Wolf Moon Short Sleeve Tee, I felt I needed a time piece to complete my ensemble. This watch certainly did the trick. Now when I go to Wal-Mart not only are women who drive ordinary electric scooters throwing themselves at me, women with gold plated scooters are doing the same. This watch has changed my life.
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61 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Douglas D. Love on October 26, 2010
Yes, Breguet is a very respected name in horological circles and yes, making a tourbillon watch is a tour de force. I mean who better to build a tourbillon watch than the company founded by the man who invented the tourbillon in the first place? Let's face it, the Messidor is a wearable work of art with impeccable provenance. Yet, there is something here that is not quite right, a detail that causes minor pause; the shipping charge. If I am going to spend the GDP of a small West African country for a watch, the least the seller could do is throw in free shipping! Really, how miserly do you have to be to charge $9.95 shipping on an item that costs the same as fourteen Rolexes or 28 Omega Seamasters or 5,900 Timexes? Simply because the seller tacked on the shipping charge in a blatant attempt to milk the customer for every cent, I will not be purchasing this timepiece.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Discerning Buyer on January 10, 2011
I got this on Black Friday for $99,999 otherwise I wouldn't have bought it for what it's selling here.

>> Pros: It's worth every penny and here's why the watch is this expensive: THE HANDS ON THIS WATCH DON'T TURN! The hands actually remain stationary and the watch turns the whole universe around the central pivot point. Sure it goes off a few seconds here and there but for a universe-propelling mechanism it's surprisingly accurate and the battery life is relatively reasonable.

>> Cons: as it is not stocked by Amazon, you're not elligble for free super-saver shipping. And UPS won't leave this at the door.

Still, all in all, not a bad way to spend your tax refund.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Sir Hair Horns on January 14, 2011
I bought one and it didn't work. Took the back off to change the battery and all these bits fell out. Now Argos won't give me my money back. Load of old bollocks.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Robert F. Pucci on June 18, 2010
We were in Vegas a few weeks ago and saw this at a Tourbillon shop in The Crystals shopping mile in the new CityCenter area. It is a fantastic watch, if you can afford it. It's cheaper there, by about $10k. Or, you could put a down payment on a house. Anyway, buy it in Vegas, not here on Amazon.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Charles on November 21, 2010
What more can I say about this timepiece other than it's not only the best watch on the market, but also one of the cheapest. What first caught my attention is how you can see the dials working inside the watch, but you don't have to open up the watch! Amazing. One of a kind. You won't see this type of watch at your local pawn shop, no sir. I also like how the leather is made from real cows, not that pleather stuff. Remarkable. This watch may not be atomic, but let me tell you that it only loses about 12-18 seconds a week. Speechless. Even on my $100 million salary I can't quite afford an atomic watch, which keeps almost perfect time, so I had to settle for 2nd best, but let me tell you...I'm glad I did. Outstanding. For all you bargain shoppers out there, if you purchase this watch the company will send you a free box with your purchase so that you can store your timepiece out of harms way when you are doing dangerous things, such as walking your dog or going to the bathroom. Breathless. Pick one up at your local grocery store today!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kahlil L. Smith on November 28, 2010
As I was awoken from my slumber one bright morning by my pet miniature Siberian elephant, Truffles; I found stuck in his gold encrusted silken night cap a rather odd piece of common folk fluffery. As so not to soil my digits with this object, I called my thirty two Japanese maidens to slip my spider silk glove onto my hand, so that I could point at the button they needed to press to call my Venetian manservant Gyles. As I awaited for Gyles to be flown over from his humble living quarters to my Bedroom / Casino, I noticed that this commoner tool was coincidentally showing the same face with time as a clock I had been told of in the room on the two hundredth acre of the mansion - minus the golden peacock teeth and elf tear linings of course.
So as to embrace my humility, I had my Swedish feather fan...Edith? I believe her name was..to remove the object from beneath my poor distressed pets cap whilst in wait for Gyles arrival. As she struggled to remove it, I thought to myself: 'How curious that there would be more time in the world...and also on such a trivial creation...', I sipped long on deep on my chilled liquefied silver tea...
Finally Edith? was it? wrestled the beastly mechanation free from my dear Truffles cap, it was quite timely too, as it was time for the daily pet replacement....
She placed the object in front of my diamond lensed monocle, and then lifted the table so that my eyes could look through it. I was surprised to see that this...'watch' was quite sleek in design, and had an almost similar look to not just that clock, but also my obsidian tower in which I play squash and heli-lacrosse on every Wednesday with Bill Gates and Robo-Tut..
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