The Breguet Records
The purchase of a Breguet watch gives you the option of having your name entered in the sales records which the Breguet company has kept since the late 18th century. We encourage you to take part in this opportunity, both to foster the traditions as well as to add to the centuries-old bonds between the House of Breguet and its clients. Kept in the Breguet Museum on Place Vendôme in Paris, our record books contain the names of many leading historical figures, from Queen Marie-Antoinette, Wellington, Napoleon Bonaparte and Tsar Alexander I of Russia to leading contemporary personalities whose identities we hold with absolute discretion.
Entering your name in our records preserves a cherished tradition that emphasizes the esteem in which we hold each one of our customers.
Please note that the below guidelines must be adhered to:
- Your watch was acquired from an official Breguet dealer;
- You are the initial owner of the watch;
- The registration is submitted using the official Breguet form supplied at the time of purchase.
How to Register Your Watch
A registration form for submission of your name in the records is provided with your purchase along with the certificate of origin and the warranty. If need be, ask for the form at the shop where you purchased your watch.
Thank you for completing the registration form and returning it by post.
Breguet has always recommended and still recommends that its clients have their watches repaired or serviced by Breguet.