Breitling is re-launching their Chronospace line, original line was produced in 1998. The new Chronospace watch is aimed at the professional aviator, but I’m sure a lot of non-aviators will be picking up this beauty.
The Chronospace comes with a 1/100th of a second chronograph, alarm, dual time zone with a separate alarm, countdown, 24 hour military time, a perpetual calendar and a slide rule. The watch is powered by a quartz movement, which might not make it too popular with the hardcore watch collectors.
Breitling Chronospace will be available in a variety of dial colors and wristbands. Wristbands will include a rubber strap for those who like to get their watches wet, a cool looking satin brushed woven steel (mesh looking) bracelet and the classic leather strap.
No information is available on when this watch will be available and how much it’ll cost.
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