Need a break from the monotony of the office? Breitling’s newest high-octane jet fighter video, showcasing the new Chronospace Evo B60, should set you straight.
Breitling continues its love affair with high-speed flight with the new Chronospace Evo B60, which comes encased in a sturdy and light titanium case as the first analog-display quartz movement entirely developed by and for Breitling. The SuperQuartz chronograph caliber, the first 100 percent Breitling built engine, features a 24-hour counter, central minutes, and split times.
The new timepiece also features a unidirectional rotating bezel with four rider tabs serving to mark off times and also improve grip, while the titanium case is water-resistant to 100 m (330 ft) and is fitted with protective reinforcements for its screw-locked crown, you know, just in case you have to eject.
There are two versions of the Chronospace available, one in black with slate gray counters, and the other in blue with black counters, equipped with either a bracelet in titanium or a strap in leather or rubber.
The watch brand marks the timepiece’s new arrival with this video of test pilot Andre Brannstrom at the controls of both the new Chronospace and his SAAB Gripen.
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