Breitling Navitimer Aerospace Repetition Minutes Ref. E63362
Breitling Navitimer Aerospace Repetition Minutes Ref. E63362
Breitling Navitimer Aerospace Repetition Minutes Ref. E63362
Breitling Navitimer Aerospace Repetition Minutes Ref. E63362
Breitling Navitimer Aerospace Repetition Minutes Ref. E63362

Breitling Navitimer Aerospace Repetition Minutes Ref. E63362

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Breitling Navitimer Aerospace Repetition Minutes Ref. E63362 with the Quartz-powered ETA E10.391 movement.

This watch came to me badly damaged, including a broken LCD screen, damaged bracelet and stuck bezel. With a lot of effort, time, and parts sourcing I was able to breathe new life into this beauty. What I could salvage of the bracelet has left this one available to accommodate a wrist size of maximum 6-3/8"

Case diameter 40mm excluding crown, 42mm including. This measures 44mm lug to lug with a 20mm lug width and 10.5mm thickness.

The 18XXX96 serial, dates this watch to approximately 1999.

Breitling is going through a bit of a resurgence lately, with vintage models growing more popular and new ones also doing well. We got to thinking of what was being overlooked in the middle. We’ve previously covered a few Breitlings and their stories, one of the most remarkable in my opinion being the Breitling Emergency, for its literally-lifesaving capabilities. Another sporty Breitling that is quite similar, however, is the Breitling Aerospace.

The Breitling Aerospace came in a number of different versions, but it began back in 1985 with the release of the ref. 80360 – an early version of the Aerospace that still had “Navitimer” written on the dial! These early Aerospaces were powered by the Breitling Cal. 56, which featured two time zones, a chronograph, and a perpetual calendar function. Their titanium cases measured 40 mm in diameter and had mineral crystals, with a unidirectional rotating bezel. The Breitling Cal. 56 is used in the Aerospace until 1995, it is a 7-jewel chronometer quartz movement with a 3–4-year battery life and ana-digi display. The Breitling Cal. 56 was a regular quartz movement based on the ETA 988.332 and is also used in the Breitling Emergency.

Breitling has been worn by many celebrities including Jerry Seinfeld, Tom Cruise, Gordon Ramsey, Bear Grylls and Brad Pitt so you'll be in good company with this lovely second generation Navitimer.

Surprisingly light yet durable, with so many functions, this is a true tool watch in every sense of the word.

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