Breitling Chronospace Evo Night Mission

The new Chronospace Evo Night Mission from Breitling features black satin-brushed titanium, created using a high-resistance carbon-based treatment and designed to contrast with the deep blue dial. The dial itself features large white square numerals and hands covered in a luminescent coating.

Water-resistant to 100m and equipped with protective reinforcements for its screw-lock crown, each Chronospace Evo Night Mission uses the Caliber 73 SuperQuartz chronograph movement that has a split-seconds function with an additional central hand to measure intermediate times.

By appearing with a sturdy and light black titanium case framing a blue dial with tone-on-tone counters, the electronic Chronospace chronograph from Breitling adopts a strong and original new persona, while maintaining its sterling qualities as an instrument for professionals.

The unidirectional rotating bezel ensures an excellent grip thanks to its four rider tabs – a Breitling signature serving to mark off times. The case is water-resistant to 100 m (330 ft) and equipped with protective reinforcements for its screw-lock crown.

Breitling Chronospace Evo Night Mission side and case back

A notable exception in the Breitling Professional range, the Chronospace Evo Night Mission conceals the best of its high-tech capabilities, with a SuperQuartz™ movement ten times more accurate than standard quartz. Chronometer-certified by the COSC (Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute), this Caliber 73 combines several functions useful for pilots and adventurers. The chronograph features a split-seconds function with an additional central hand serving to measure intermediate times, while the fast time zone adjustment system ensures uninterrupted precision of the minutes and seconds displays.

The sporty model is accentuated by a rubber strap embossed with the Breitling signature. In the UK the Chronospace Evo Night Mission in its latest iteration is priced at £3,765.00

Visit Breitling

 

Watch the movie

 

Comments

comments