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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 5:25 pm 
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Hello every one....

I am buying my 1st Breitling and I have it narrowed down to the Navitimer or the Navitimer World.

The thing I cannot find out what the different slide rule on the Navitimer is for. Its on the fixed wheel, clockwise; 1000M all the way around to BASE. On the world this is replaced with the 2 thru 24 hr marks.

Can anyone tell me for what calculation the 1000m thru BASE is used for. I am lost. :?

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It's tachymetre, for speed calculating.
When you see how many seconds do you need for traveling 1km, just look on the dial and read your speed in km/h.


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Spend the extra money and go with tha Navi-World.

The Navitimer is too small to read, and looks very small on the wrist.

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thank you..... that helps


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