Breitling Co-Pilot WatchOn December 18, 2008 by breiblog
Breitling watches began with an obsession with aviation, that’s why aviation industry professionals all wear Breitling watches. That’s also why receiving a Breitling watch in the aviation industry is not only pledging your passion, but marks a time in your life where you dreams have come true. One watch that embodies those ideals is the Breitling Co-Pilot watch by providing aviation professionals and Breitling watch enthusiast an electronical watch that seamlessly juggles local time and flight times in one easy motion. The Breitling Co-Pilot is able to do this because it is designed with four separate display modes in order to allow pilots and professionals the option of switching easily between important timing statistics; the four modes on the Breitling watch include local time, chronograph, take-off time, and landing time.
When looking at the technical specifications of the Breitling co-pilot, it’s no wonder that the timing technology is possible. The Breitling Co-Pilot watch has a Breitling 80 caliber and a Quartz electronic movement with a min. and sec (59min.59sec, then hrs/min., max) chronograph. The Breitling watch case, depending on the wearer’s preference, comes in steel or titanium with a screwed in back allowing the Breitling Co-Pilot to sustain 100 m under water.
At 22 by 27.10 mm in diameter, the Breitling Co-Pilot also has sapphire glareproofed crystal on both sides to increase readability while flying on a clear and sunny day.