A Look at Breitling
Breitling are the designers, engineers, manufactures and the distributor of chronometer watches. The company was founded in 1884 in Grenchen, Canton of Solothurn, Switzerland. Breitling is well known in the aviator world for their precision made chronometers according to interwatches.com.
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Breitling fits certified chronometers in all models and the watches are usually marketed towards diving and aviation.
The style of Breitling watches are shown through polished cases, bracelets and large watch faces that are designed to help in the readability of the watches. There is generally an automatic winding mechanism, which is mechanical.
The Navitimer model is known for the circular slide rule to the bezel of their chronograph models which was added in the 1940s, so that aircraft piolets could use it.
Scott Carpenter approached the company in 1961 with the idea of adding a 24 hour dial instead of the normal 12 hours. As an astronaut, Carpenter said that this was needed so that they could know if it was day or night during space travel.
Breitling produced the 24 hour Navitimer and later made the Cosmonaut Navitimer.
The Emergency by Breitling contains a radio transmitter, which is intended for civil aviation use. When the conditions are stable then the signal can be picked up at a range of 90 nautical miles by search aircraft that is flying 20 000 feet.
In 2013 there was a new version of the Emergency watch, where it transmit on the 121.5 MHz frequency, but also on the 406.04 MHz signal which is monitored by satellites. There is a separate battery that can be recharged for the transmitter.
Breitling and Bentley joined forces and on their 10th anniversary of the partnership, the Bentley B04 GMT, B05 Unitime and B06 were produced.