Breitling has proposed to release the 20th anniversary of the world’s first non-stop hot air balloon tour in the world of electronic quartz timekeeping.
As part of the 2019 Baselworld Watch & Jewellery Show, Breitling celebrates an important day in the history of the brand. On March 21, 1999, Bertrand Piccard and Brian Jones completed their first uninterrupted global airship journey by landing in the Egyptian desert. Researchers spent 19 days, 21 hours and 55 minutes on such an unusual journey. This record not only recorded the flight time, but also the range of the hot-air balloon flight: 45,755 kilometers. Breitling is a partner and sponsor of risky events, providing flight participants with high-end replica watches from the Breitling Emergency Watch range.
On this important anniversary, the watchmaking brand has released a special model of the Cockpit B50 Orbiter limited edition top-of-the-line chronograph with a bright orange design. The impressive cheap watch receives a large case constructed of black titanium (46 x 16.45 mm) with an electronic quartz device inside. In addition to the universal timer function (which allows you to detect time intervals from 1/100 second to 99 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds), the mechanism supports many other non-standard functions. In particular, a digital perpetual calendar with a day of the week display, time indication in the second time zone, and an electronic tachometer. It also has a lap timer, two alarms running in standard sound mode or vibration mode, and a countdown timer with independent sound notifications.
This high-end fake watch can determine the time and date of departure and arrival. Displays the time on the analog-digital dial according to the UTC standard. Use the screw-down crown to select the desired function, and use two buttons to control at the same time. To give users maximum comfort, this dynamic model is equipped with a battery level indicator that can run for exactly ten years.
The limited edition of Cockpit B50 Orbiter Limited high-end luxury copy watches is issued in 213 pieces, which is the date of the first non-stop balloon flight around the world (21.3). The back of the case is engraved with an image of the airship Breitling orbiter 3, with the inscription “20th Anniversary of the First Flight in the World-ETANCHE 100 M”.