Breitling Aerospace Watches

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Breitling Aerospace Watches from LSMwatch.com

The Aerospace watch from Breitling was first launched in 1985 as a new version of the Pilots watch and has been augmented almost continuously since then adding quartz and chronograph among many other features and interesting materials such as titanium. The Breitling Aerospace was originally released as the Navitimer watch which was the moniker used for all Pilot watches designed by Breitling prior to the mid-1980's. The idea behind the design of the Aerospace watch was to be an extremely accurate futuristic flight watch and the titanium multi-function electronic chronograph features of the watch attracted the attention of many professional and amateur pilots alike. The electronic LCD screen can be set to either a 12 or 24 hour clock with Day & Date Digital Display and Display backlighting creating an easy viewing experience for anyone wearing the Aerospace watch from Breitling. The LCD screen of the Aerospace watch from Breitling can also be changed to feature the chronograph function, the day and the date, a display or multiple time zones, or an alarm feature on the watch making the watch extremely versatile for professional flight and these functions of the Aerospace watch from Breitling can also easily be changed and set. The quartz and chronograph functions of the Aerospace watch from Breitling have been extensively tested in order to earn the prestigious chronometer label. The term “chronometer” should not be confused with that of the chronograph, which is a complication of watches fitted with an additional mechanism enabling the measurement of the duration of an event in accurate fashion. The Breitling Aerospace watch features a large number of components contributing to handling all the chronograph and quartz functions of the watch and are housed within a very small titanium case highlighting the brilliance of the way which Breitling is able to produce its watches. Titanium is the most commonly employed material used in the Breitling Aerospace watch which also features a quartz and chronometer function. In 2005, Breitling brought out a larger model of the Aerospace watch featuring a 42mm case which has maintained uniformity since while adding other element such as a Titanium Copperhead Bronze Dial or Ratcheted Unidirectional Bezel, and a minute marker featuring a Sapphire-protected tritium dot. Breitling Aerospace titanium metal cases and titanium or steel bracelets are made from the finest alloys and guarantee sturdiness and wearer comfort. Watches from the Aerospace collection by Breitling feature a titanium silver dial with engraved titanium Arabic numeral time indices at the 3, 6, 9, and 12 o'clock mark with unidirectional titanium or stainless steel bezel. The bracelet of the Breitling Aerospace watch can either be made of leather, stainless steel or titanium creating a watch that is both understated yet classically professional.