As one of the last independent Swiss watch brands, Breitling has built that reputation on being innovators in the field of timekeeping machines. Their onboard chronographs are standard equipment for aviation production; the Navitimer wrist chronograph has been the go-to for aviators and astronauts.
As well as perfecting pushpieces that allowed independent resets, Breitling also developed the first self-winding watch mechanisms. Now with their new release, the Emergency Night Mission Watch ($15,800+), they have again coupled multi-functional capabilities to their watches. The dual frequency personal locator beacon (world’s first wristwatch to incorporate this technology) pinpoints your location in emergency situations, helping in search & rescue missions!
The black titanium case holds the trademarked SuperQuartz electronic movement and a PLB battery good for 2-3 years at a go. The Emergency Night Mission is waterproof, also has a countdown timer, alarm, and the ability to display a second time zone reading. Arriving in three powerful looks, this high-tech survival instrument is both elegant in looks and has a long track record of quality performance, making it the watch of choice for professionals of all kinds.