pic of a US fitness magazine.
is it just me or does this just seem so wrong :-s
The bulk of the ad is just standard boilerplate. The verbiage talks about breitling, not the watch in the picture. That exact ad does exist with a Navitimer, and Chronomat, and Co-Pilot...1. Obviously the SOH Chrono isn't their most aviation-related watch, so I'm not sure why that's the watch they chose for the ad. A Navitimer would have been more appropriate.
2. Also, I'm pretty sure (please, correct me if I'm wrong) that the SOH Chrono uses a 7750 movement, so the little paragraph that discusses Breitling developing "sturdy, functional, ultra-high performance" chronographs is a tad misleading if you ask me, considering that all they really did was create a (very well designed and constructed, I'm sure) casing for someone else's movement, which was already known for its reliability, functionality, performance, etc.
Everyone knows you should never fly without at least 3 Breitlings on your person, just in case.Should they even advertise the Breitling "Emergency"?
Maybe the 3 watches tie them together:
Navitimer (when in the air), Emergency (when on the water or going down towards water), Super Ocean (when IN the water).