A new look for the pilot’s favourite instrument and one that really works for us here at Beastie Folly. The Aerospace has been a favourite with us for a long time and in this latest evolution, the best just got better. Here is the Breitling press release.
Breitling has redesigned its electronic multifunction Aerospace chronograph in a style that is even more powerful and dynamic, yet as technical as ever. A highly professional design combined with peerless functionality.
First launched in 1985, the Aerospace has asserted itself as one of the stellar models in the Breitling Professional range. Equipped with a chronometer-certified SuperQuartz™ movement, ten times more accurate than standard quartz, it is distinguished by its particularly simple and logical control system. Simply rotating, pressing or pulling out the crown is enough to operate the entire set of functions that are all especially useful to aviators: 1/100th of a second chronograph, countdown timer, 2nd timezone, alarm, audible time signal (minute repeater) and calendar. The Aerospace also features an extremely effective and NVG-compatible display backlighting system.
Breitling now combines this peerless precision, readability and functionality with a new design clearly cut out for great accomplishments. Its distinctive features include a slightly larger diameter, an engraved bezel with integrated rider-tabs, redesigned hands and numerals, and a beveled glass. The light yet sturdy case in titanium – a favorite metal in the field of aeronautics – is entirely satin-brushed, while its back bears a conversion scales for Anglo-Saxon and metric measurements. The new Aerospace Evo is available with three dials – black, blue or grey – and comes fitted with a leather, crocodile leather or rubber strap or a titanium bracelet. It may also be equipped with an optional auxiliary Co-Pilot electronic module integrated into the metal bracelet.
Aerospace Evo: a new look for every mission.