Breitling has redesigned its Aerospace chronograph to make it "even more powerful and dynamic, yet as technical as ever".
Described as "a highly professional design combined with peerless functionality", the electronic multifunction Breitling Aerospace was first launched in 1985. It powered by a chronometer-certified SuperQuartz movement, ten times more accurate than standard quartz, and features effective NVG-compatible display backlighting.
Functions include 1/100th of a second chronograph, countdown timer, second timezone, alarm, audible time signal (minute repeater) and calendar - all of which can be operated by simply rotating, pressing or pulling out the crown.
The new Aerospace Evo has a slightly larger diameter at 43 mm, and an engraved bezel with integrated rider-tabs. The hands and numerals have been redesigned, and it has been given beveled glass.
The watch has a satin-brushed titanium case, with conversion scales for Anglo-Saxon and metric measurements engraved on the case back. It is available in three dial colours (black, blue or grey) and comes with a choice of leather, crocodile leather or rubber strap, or a titanium bracelet. An optional auxiliary Co-Pilot electronic module can also be integrated into the bracelet.