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The New Breitling Aerospace Evo Replica Watches

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Breitling launched a new Aerospace Evo watches, more resolute, more dynamic design and technical performance, as always, for this new electronic multi-function watch draped jersey, ready to fight the sky.

Aerospace Evo watches was born in 1985, is the star of  replica Breitling Professional watches. This watch is extremely easy to use, coherent control system, simply rotate, push, or pull out the crown to control all flights practical function.

Aerospace Evo watches equipped with Swiss official Observatory certified SuperQuartz ™ super quartz movement with an accuracy of more than ten times the standard quartz movement. In addition to accurate up to 100 second chronograph, countdown timer, second time zone display, alarm sound, sound-minute timekeeping and calendar display and other useful features, the watch is also equipped with a high-performance NVG-compatible display backlighting system for pilots provide legible time display.

Today, Breitling inherited extraordinary performance under the premise of this watch to stand out to create a new design Breitling Aerospace Evo watches. Slightly increase the table size, when socketed engraved numerals, decorated with a new indicator bezel rotating bezel, hands and numerals re-interpretation, and the hypotenuse table mirror, and both revealed their unique personality. Case with much favor aviation satin frosted titanium, lightweight rugged demonstrated its professionalism. Bottom of the table but engraved with metric and imperial unit conversion scale, the practical guidelines to implement in the end.
The new Aerospace Evo watches available in black, blue and gray three dial, also matching leather, crocodile leather, rubber strap or titanium bracelet, metal bracelet and a built-in electronic flight assisted small table. A variety of options for pilots hawk thrilling moment, even more exciting experience.

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