View Full Version : FSOT- Breitling Avenger Code Yellow Automatic Limited Edition...Rare and Beautiful!

03-21-2014, 12:15 PM
Well guys, Im getting the itch again to move this to someone who will actually wear it. I had quite a few offers last time to buy it, but was really looking for a cool trade at the time. I have made the decision to sell it outright or trade potentially for a few select watches im looking for.

You guys know this one, Its super clean condition as i hardly wore it. Has all boxes, papers, certs, stamped from AZ AD in late 2013. This thing is super rare and hard to find as there were only 1000, I have seen one come up for sale on the forums at a higher price. Generally only quartz versions of Code Yellows pop up for sale, but rarely ever this more desirable variation....No dents, dings or even scratches or wear on the blackened surfaces that i can see at all. I would rate it 95% plus.

The rubber strap is sized via the adjustable strap/buckle so it can be extended out likely an inch or so it seems via the killer ratcheting buckle system (Kinda like what a rolex or Tudor can do). If you need even smaller, there are a few rubber links that be cut out still as well. This buckle adjustment system is the most bad ass thing I've seen on a watch for sizing it.

I am looking for $4k net to me including USPS Insured Express Shipping CONUS. Bank wire is fine or Paypal if you pay fees. CONUS ONLY. I have many references across many watch forums.

This monster is a 3000meter watch and is as tough looking as they come.

Some watches I would consider as a potential trade:

IWC Aquatimer Chrono Newer Style w external bezel - Prefer the black and Yellow Panda dial, but open to others.
IWC Aquatimer Cousteau Chrono W External bezel-REALLY Loving this one!!
IWC Galapagos
Bremont- Many models id consider other than SM500 which i already own
Carl Bucherer TravelTec GMT

Pics: These were taken prior but still accurately portray condition, Thats a smear on the buckle fyi..., not a imperfection. I can barely see any sign on wear on the buckle.


And to give perspective on its size compared to a Bremont SM500 (Not Included)

What it looked like on a GSD Dark Green (Not included)