Breitling releases the Emergency II for Basel 2013
It’s hard to believe that Breitling released their incredible cool and iconic Emergency watch 18 years ago in 1995. Man, do I feel old. This year for Basel 2013, Breitling released their Emergency II watch after 5 years of major developement and research to make major advancements to this incredible device.
The Breitling Emergency watch was the first wrist watch produced to save lives by transmitting a distress signal by pulling out an antenna. This new version is bigger, better and completely redesigned. This watch is available in three colors: black dial, orange dial and yellow dial.
Technical Data for the Breilting Emergency II
|Movement||Breitling Caliber 76, officially chronometer-certified by the COSC, thermocompensated SuperQuartzTM, 12/24-hour analog and LCD digital display, battery end-of-life indicator. 1/100th second chronograph, timer, 2nd timezone, multilingual calendar.|
|Case||titanium. Resistance to 5 bars. Cambered sapphire crystal, glareproofed on both sides. Bidirectional rotating bezel. Compass scale. Diameter: 51 mm.|
|dials||Volcano black, Cobra yellow, Intrepid orange.|
|Strap/bracelet||rubber Diver Pro III/titanium Professional.|
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