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About dbeilt

About dbeilt

We are a small family run business based in the rolling Lancashire countryside. With many years experience in the trailer industry and a long interest in vintage cars and vans mostly air cooled Volkswagens, hot rods and customs. We wanted to develop a completely different type of trailer, one built without compromise and true to its original design concept.

With a seemingly endless interest in automotive designs from yesteryear, be it an original or a modern classic, we felt there was room for a trailer to match these beauties.

With so many trailers out there built to market driven budgets, resulting in an end product bearing little resemblance to its original concept, there must be an alternative, well here it is.

With a wealth of experience and skill and being surrounded by many talented engineers and craftsmen in the North West we knew we could bring you a product true to its original design brief.

We hope you share our ideals and like our little trailer and most importantly

"We Hope You get it Too!"

For those who enjoy underwater adventure, Breitling created the Superocean. The look is classic yet modern, and the colorful inner bezels give these timepieces an instantly recognizable look. The inner bezels are available in blue, yellow, red or silver, each with replica watches a black dial. There are also two limited editions of 2,000 pieces each, one with an orange inner bezel, and the other with matching blue dial and blue inner bezel. The Breitling Superocean case is replica louis vuitton milled from a solid block of stainless steel. The final product is 42 mm in diameter and water-resistant to 1,500 meters. (A 44-mm version is also available). The omega replica screw-locked crown incorporates twin gaskets to seal out water, and the pressure release hermes replica handbags valve located in the side of the case at 10 o'clock is a mark of a true professional dive watch. The Breitling Superocean is also powered by the COSC-certified Caliber 17 automatic-winding movement.

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