Here at VV we occasionally like to throw in the pool a unique piece that speaks to us. Take this almost unheard of watch by Breil, made in the latter end of the 70s which takes more than a bit of inspiration from AP's Royal Oak with that port hole screw down bezel and hobnail textured dial.
This watch features a quickset date function, automatic incabloc movement. It is small and compact and really pleasing on the wrist with the unique details, like the 3 - line script and branding in italics is just awesome.
The dial is off grey/charcoal with
We haven't been able to find another example so rest assured it will be the only one around. Possibly made for the Italian market.
1970s Breil Okay Speedway RO
Case: All Stainless Steel. Scratches to sapphire glass.
Dimensions: 33 mm excluding crown
Function: Time only with quickset date
Strap: Unisgned steel flip-lock clasp