OUT OF STOCK
The Breitling Navitimer 806-36 first appeared around 1970. Instead of the Venus 178 commonly found on the 806, it is powered by the Valjoux 7736 - a cam-operated chronograph movement said to have been used because of shortage of supply of the Venus movement. As such it was produced in relatively small numbers. Most, if not all, examples encountered feature the larger size subdials. It was available up to the end of the original Breitling company in 1978-1979. The pictured watch has undergone a full service at Breitling and lost its original dial in the process; please send us your pics if you own an original version!
Add to Dream Watch List
Sorry, this Watch is no longer part of the brands current collection.
Details here are shown for historical interest only.
How purchasing your new watch works
Choose from over 20,000 new watches
Sent to authorised UK retailers
You’re guaranteed the best price
Get your watch securely delivered
Navitimer 806 Valjoux 7736
Stick / Dot
Hand-wound, cam-operated chronograph movement. 7733 with counters for seconds and minutes 7734 with counters for seconds and minutes, date display 7736 with counters for seconds, minutes and hours 7737 with regatta countdown
Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds