Just a few more days to enter for a chance to win your very own skeletonized automatic mechanical Breil Orchestra watch. Click here to enter for a chance to get one.
Breil Milano is one of the few "fashion watch" brands that I take a keen interest in. The Italian watch designer has been slowly creeping their way upmarket with some really appealing designs. The newest model to watch my attention is the Mediterraneo watch with the inset strips of wood.
We can be safe in assuming that Edward Norton was richly compensated for being Italian watch designer "Breil's" newest brand ambassador. The contract stipulates that for the next two years, Norton will be the primary face for all of Breil's print advertising. He gets to wear the watch for hours
For a few years now Breil has been producing relatively cool Italian designed watches at mostly affordable prices. I recall some of their more expensive Swiss mechanical watches going for close to $2,000 - and really lusting after them (like the Manta 1970 automatic). Then I didn't really hear much
Italian Breil wants one of you to win this Orchestra reference TW1027 automatic watch. The very similar Breil Orchestra TW1020 was reviewed on aBlogtoRead.com here. In a 45mm wide black-toned steel case this is the cool skeletonized mechanical Orchestra model. It features an exposed automatic Japanese Miyota automatic mechanical movement