Breitling recently introduced the Aerospace Evo Night Mission timepiece, presented in a new black satin-brushed titanium case. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the analog-digital thermo-compensated Superquartz multi-function timepiece there will be a special 300 piece version with a yellow dial.

The Aerospace Evo Night Mission timepiece is powered by caliber 79 and features an array of useful functions: 1/100th of a second chronograph, countdown timer, 2nd timezone, alarm, audible indication of the time (minute repeater) and calendar. Notably, the backlighting display is NVG-compatabile (night vision goggle), so it can be used on night missions.


The Breitling Aerospace Evo Night Mission comes in a 43 mm by 10.80 mm diameter titanium case that weighs just 46.70 grams, without the strap. A high-tech Military fabric strap in a new shade of brown, complete with folding clasp, is included with both the black dial and yellow dial versions. Water-resistance is 100 meters. Push-in crown. Retail is $5740.

For more, visit Breitling.

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