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中古 ブライトリング BREITLING E75362 エアロスペース エヴォ チタン アナデジ クォーツ メンズ 箱付き G#128407
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"Aerospace" 40mm Titanium Watch E65362
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Titanium YEARS '90 Analogic/Digital
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E75362 アエロスペース エヴォ クォーツ メンズ 保証書付き_751597 中古
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40mm TITANIUM Quartz Black GRAY Arabic Digital Watch E65362
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$2,395
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Operation Telic Iraq 2003
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F56059
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80360
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F56062 Titanium YEARS '90 Analogic/Digital
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E65062
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E65062
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40mm Grey Dial Titanium 1991
$2,215
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Digital mit grauem Blatt Titan F65362
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E56059 Titanium NSA Bracelet
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18K Gold Titanium Quartz Mens Watch F65062 BF558848
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Navitimer Quartz Titanium & 18K Gold Ref.F56059
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80360
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F56062
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40 Quartz Titanium Gold UTC Module
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Breitling Aerospace: The Pilot's Tool Watch

The Breitling Aerospace is a practical tool for pilots. It offers all the most important functions of a pilot's watch, from a chronograph and timer to a second time zone, while still remaining lightweight and robust thanks to its titanium case.

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Multi-Functional Watch for Pilots

Swiss manufacturer Breitling first introduced the Aerospace chronograph wristwatch in 1985. At that time, it still belonged to the Navitimer collection, as indicated by the inscriptions on the dial and case back. Today, the Aerospace Evo (i.e., the latest generation) is part of the Professional series.

One of the Aerospace's characteristic features is its set of grips on the bezel at 3, 6, 9, and 12 o'clock. These bezel rider tabs call to mind the automatic watches in the Chronomat and Avenger collections. Thanks to the rider tabs, it's easy to operate the bezel, even with gloves on. The hybrid display is another hallmark of Aerospace models past and present. It displays the time in both an analog (with hands) fashion and digitally on two displays. The Aerospace Navitimer is available in either titanium or as a two-tone model. The two-tone version pairs titanium with gold bracelet links and bezel rider tabs.

Breitling introduced the current Aerospace model in 2013. Its chronograph is accurate to within 1/100th of a second and features an alarm, a GMT function, a calendar, and a timer. One particular highlight is its minute repeater, which relays the time via auditory signals.

The quartz movement in the current models is called a SuperQuartz caliber. It's thermocompensated, meaning it can account for fluctuating temperatures. What's more, SuperQuartz calibers are COSC-certified chronometers and up to ten times more precise than the average quartz movement. Over the course of one year, they only deviate from the reference time by a few seconds.

5 Reasons to Buy a Breitling Aerospace

  • Very lightweight titanium case
  • High-precision SuperQuartz calibers with chronometer certification
  • 1/100th second chronograph
  • Minute repeater: relays the time acoustically
  • Second time zone (GMT)

Prices: Breitling Aerospace

Reference number Price (approx.) Case material, size, caliber
E65062 1,400 USD Titanium, 40 mm, B65 (quartz)
F56062 1,500 USD Titanium and yellow gold, 40 mm, B56 (quartz)
F65062 1,500 USD Titanium and yellow gold, 40 mm, B65 (quartz)
E56062 1,800 USD Titanium, 40 mm, B56 (quartz)
E79362 3,400 USD Titanium, 42 mm, B75 (SuperQuartz)
E79363 3,500 USD Titanium, 43 mm, B79 (SuperQuartz)
V79363 3,400 USD DLC-coated titanium, 43 mm, B79 (SuperQuartz)
EB5510H2 5,000 USD Titanium, 46 mm, B55 (quartz)
EB5512221B1E1 6,100 USD Titanium, 46 mm, B55 (quartz)
K65062 12,000 USD 18-karat gold, 40 mm, B65 (quartz)

Prices for a Breitling Aerospace

With any luck, you should be able to find select Aerospace watches in fine or good condition for less than 1,200 USD. Well-maintained timepieces complete with their original box and papers generally demand around 1,400 USD. These include both two-tone titanium and gold models, as well as solid titanium versions.

More recent Aerospace editions from the 2000s occupy the upper end of the price range. Be sure to have roughly 2,100 to 3,400 USD on hand for one of these watches in excellent condition. The Breitling Aerospace Evo is the latest addition to the collection and sells for roughly 3,500 USD new on a titanium bracelet. The titanium version with a black DLC coating costs approximately 3,400 USD.

The collection's premium models are made of 18-karat yellow gold and are limited to just several hundred pieces. One example is the ref. K65062, which will set you back no less than 12,000 USD.


The Aerospace's Quartz Movements

At 40 mm in diameter, early Aerospace models look great on a wide range of wrist sizes. Each timepiece gets it power from one of two quartz ETA movements: either the 988.332 or 998.332, also known at Breitling as the B56 and B65, respectively. The latter boasts a chronograph function, perpetual calendar, second time zone, and an alarm.

At the turn of the millennium, Breitling introduced the SuperQuartz caliber B75 to the Aerospace collection. This movement is based on the ETA Thermoline. SuperQuartz movements set themselves apart with their extremely high precision and high tolerance of temperature fluctuations.

The 2005 release of the Breitling Aerospace Avantage saw the case expand from 40 to 42 mm in diameter. The manufacturer also made changes to its interior, namely the switch to the SuperQuartz caliber B79, which is also based on an ETA movement. This caliber comes with backlit digital displays that are easy to read under all lighting conditions. The Avantage disappeared only two years after its debut, at which time it was renamed simply "Aerospace" with an inscription reading "CHRONOMETRE AEROSPACE" on its dial.


Aerospace Evo: A New Generation

Breitling presented the Aerospace Evo in 2013. Like its predecessors, the Evo is made of titanium. It has also retained the four rider tabs and large Arabic numerals at 3, 6, 9, and 12 o'clock. The multi-functional SuperQuartz caliber also made the transition to the Evo. One thing that has changed is the size: The case grew from 42 to 43 mm. You can choose between black, blue, and gray for the dial and leather, textile, rubber, or titanium for the band.

The Aerospace Evo is also available with a titanium bracelet and Co-Pilot module. Thanks to its liquid crystal display, this module can display a second time zone, function as a chronograph, and even show departure and arrival times. You can operate the additional display using two pushers on the side of the module.

The Breitling Aerospace Evo Night Mission joined the collection in 2015. This chronograph has a brushed, black-coated titanium case. However, what makes this watch truly unique is its military look that prevents light from reflecting off its surfaces. The display's backlighting, which you can see using night vision, and the brown or anthracite textile strap also contribute to the stealthy look. The strap is especially robust and has a fold-over clasp. A rubber strap is also available. Prices sit around 3,400 USD.

Breitling celebrated the Aerospace's 30th anniversary by introducing a limited edition: the "30e anniversaire." This watch had a limited run of 300 pieces and catches the eye with its black-coated titanium case and bright yellow dial. You'll need to have about 5,400 USD on hand to buy one of these collector's items.


Futuristic Design and Hybrid Displays

When Breitling first introduced the Aerospace in 1985, it was a modern interpretation of the Navitimer. It featured robust titanium for its case and bracelet, four grips on the bezel, and a hybrid display. During the 1980s, these weren't typical Breitling characteristics. Quartz movements were all the rage at the time; they ran more precisely than mechanical movements and had a greater number of functions. This made the Aerospace perfect for professional use in airplane cockpits.

SuperQuartz: Ten Times More Accurate Than Most Quartz Watches

The average quartz watch deviates by about 15–30 seconds from the reference time every month. Compared to a mechanical watch, that's incredibly accurate. A mechanical, COSC-certified movement can deviate by up to +6 or -4 seconds a day, which is equal to +180/-120 seconds every month.

Breitling started using SuperQuartz movements in the Aerospace collection in the early 2000s. The manufacturer has the movements certified by the COSC, ensuring they run incredibly precisely. The COSC's criteria for a quartz caliber are much stricter than they are for a mechanical caliber. A quartz movement may only deviate by a maximum of +/-0.07 seconds a day. Altogether, that's a total of 2.1 seconds a month. Thus, the Aerospace models are over ten times more precise than the average quartz watch.

Furthermore, SuperQuartz movements offer practical functions. The chronograph function enables you to measure time in increments of 1/100th of a second. A mechanical movement like the Valjoux 7750, one of the world's most successful automatic chronograph calibers, is "only" accurate to within 1/8th of a second. The Aerospace can also time up to 48 hours. In addition, it has other functions, such as a digital calendar, an alarm clock, a countdown timer, and a second time zone. The second time zone feature is useful for those who often travel between time zones, as it allows you to keep an eye on both the local time and the time back home. A more notable, rarer feature is the timepiece's minute repeater. The function repeats the current time via auditory signals on command.

Function Overview

  • 1/100th second chronograph
  • Minute repeater
  • Alarm
  • Countdown timer
  • Second time zone (GMT)
  • Multilingual 4-year calendar