Jerry Seinfeld’s Watch Collection

jerry seinfeld's watch collection

Jerry Seinfeld has long been a Breitling fan. Seinfeld episodes show him wearing either a Navitimer or Chronomat on his wrist, with the former even appearing on promotional photos.

Two decades later, Jerry Seinfeld still wears Breitling almost exclusively. In his latest comedy deal, the web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry gives us a glimpse into his reportedly massive Breitling collection.

Let’s take a look at (just a few) of Jerry Seinfeld’s Breitling watches:


Breitling Navitimer Chronograph
Breitling Navitimer Chronograph
Jerry is wearing the highly sought-after Breitling Navitimer reverse panda dial with a 3-6-9 chronograph layout. The contrasting black and white dial is complimented perfectly by the stainless steel body and black leather strap. There’s also a date window discreetly tucked away between the 4 and 5 o’clock markers.


Breitling Blacksteel Chronomat
Breitling Chronomat Blacksteel
Breitling first introduced their “Blacksteel” watches in 2012; and the carbon black finish is now available in almost all of their models. Jerry’s watch is a Breitling Chromonat, which has the look of a military tool watch. It features a 44 mm diameter case, matte grey steel hands and aged colored luminous markers.


Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute Blacksteel with a distinctive 24-hour dial.
Here’s another Breitling Navitimer on Jerry – the Cosmonaute Blacksteel with a distinctive 24-hour dial. The watch is limited to 1,000 pieces. Of course, Jerry had to have one!


  Breitling Chronomat GMT
Breitling Chronomat GMT
Jerry wore a Breitling Chronomat all-throughout Seinfeld and his love for the collection’s bold aesthetic continues. With a 44 – 47 mm case and about 17 mm thick, the Chronomat is a very masculine watch. The cool brushed finish for the stainless steel case gives it a dressier look – and Jerry wears it beautifully here with his suit.


Breitling Professional Aerospace
Breitling Professional Aerospace
The Aerospace is a highly-functioning watch, packed with a range of features designed for use in aviation. The features of the titanium watch include a chronograph, minute repeater, two-timezone display and a calendar. It’s the perfect adventure companion; but with its straight-forward use, it’s easy enough to wear every day.


Heuer “Siffert” Autavia
Breaking his Breitling streak is this Heuer “Siffert” Autavia from the 1970s. It’s run by a Calibre 11 automatic movement.





Photo Credits: Jerry Seinfeld’s photos from The Breitling Source Forums and Jerry’s own Instagram account @jerryseinfeld.
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