Luxury car maker Bentley has announced a range of exclusive products that will be available to buy at the upcoming Paris Motor Show. The Bentley Boutique at this year’s Paris Motor Show offers Breitling watches, Tibaldi pens, Estede eyewear and Zai skis. So, even if you don’t own a Bentley you can live a part of that lifestyle.
In celebration of the new Bentley Continental GT Coupe Breitling has created a 1000 piece limited edition Bentley GMT chronograph. The movement is Breitling Calibre 47B, officially chronometer-certified by the COSC. With 38 jewels it has a 24-hour second time zone with red hand adjustable using a push-piece integrated into the left side of the case.
Working with Bentley’s own styling team, Swiss ski manufacturer Zai AG has created ‘one-of-a-kind’ Supersport skis, in a new stripped-down design, which are entirely handmade in Switzerland. The newly designed skis, poles and ski bag, have been designed exclusively for Bentley, and will be a limited edition of 250 pairs.
The fashion conscious will have fun breezing through the new limited edition high end collection of eyewear designed by Estede for Bentley. For this limited edition collection, Estede has used precious metals,like 18 ct gold and platinum, and innovative surface treatments, making this range simple exquisite. Presented as a Limited Edition collection, the frames are available in two different sizes. Offered in a presentation box containing spare/different lenses for varying activities, each pair of frames will be individually numbered and can also be engraved with owner’s name or car details.
The Paris Motor Show is also the venue for a stunning display of two exciting pen designs in the Tibaldi for Bentley range: the Slimline and the Supersports. Since 2007, Tibaldi, one of Italy’s first manufacturers of fine writing implements, has produced a series of limited edition pens to honour specific Bentley models. They have included the GT, Flying Spur, Convertible GTC and Speed editions, with each pen featuring details inspired by the car it represents.
More traditional, and less expensive items, are also expected to be sold at the Bentley Boutique at Paris Motor Show 2010, including clothes, caps, ties, model cars, cufflinks, coin purses, luggage tags, passport holders, key fobs, and hand-stitched gloves.