Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaut Blacksteel edition
The Navitimer Cosmonaut from Breitling is an inconic watch as it was to first to go into space in 1962, worn by Scott Carpenter during the Aurora 7 mission. Today, Breitling releases a new version of this historical watch they have called “Blacksteel”. The 43mm case is made of black steel (as the name suggests) coated with some highly resistant carbon. On the back of the case is engraved the mission emblem. It is equipped with a Breitling B02 manual-winding movement, pure product of the house with 39 jewels and a 70-hour power-reserve. Apart from usual aviator watches features, the dial displays a 24h format so cosmonauts can keep a decent lifestyle once into space. This edition will delight all Breitling and overloaded dials lovers. It was edited in only 1000 ex, available for only €8550 from your nearest Breitling retailer. Good luck if you want to grab one!