Whether you are a fighter pilot, a civil aviation pilot, or a pure wool tool copy watch enthusiast, there is a great opportunity for you to contact Breitling for the first time. The brush is one of its professional watches – a wide range of fashionable quartz series since 1985. Since the debut of aerospace products, these reference products have been one of the brand’s core series.
In the past three and a half years, Professional umbrellas have undergone tremendous changes, from entry-level aerospace to more feature-rich products such as Chronospace, the most advanced Exospace and the powerful Emergency-a legendary adventure watch , To be able to summon a helicopter (ie, the most expensive Uber ride in the world), just in case something really happens.
In view of its cool, modern aesthetic style and long history of high-precision, multi-functional multi-function watches, the Professional series is the natural home of Breitling’s new Endurance Pro (another type of tool watch for specific categories). This time the design is aimed at athletes.
Regarding its Professional series of stabilizers, the new Endurance Pro may be most similar to Chronospace Evo in terms of proportions and functions, and Chronospace Evo is a fully analog derivative of the ana-digi hybrid Aerospace Evo.
Although it has been sold in the pilot market, Hyundai Aerospace is already an excellent multi-sport and adventure watch due to its light weight, easy wear and versatility (I would add that it is a perfect cycling watch) . According to reports, the new Endurance brought the torch. The design input allegedly from Breitling ambassador and three-time Ironman world champion Jan Frodeno produced a reference that incorporates some new elements, including Breitlight carbon fiber that is 30% lighter than titanium Composite case. The two-way rotating compass bezel (probably from Chronospace Military), and has undergone a subtle update, seems to reflect the new art direction of the Professional series as a whole.
Breitling Endurance Professional Edition hands-on watch athletes hands-on practice Now, whether you are a professional athlete like Frodeno or a fitness enthusiast, as long as the running record is 9 to 5 miles, running, swimming, or riding a bicycle to enjoy the watch, you already know, find ” The “right” watch to keep your time on time and faithfully maintain the shape of your wrist during the training season can be tricky.
Large dive watches or pilot watches may require shock-proof measures to keep the automatic movement running accurately, but these larger designs usually come at the cost of legibility – and, distracting, top-heavy watches are not the right choice, especially It is in long hours or harder work. On the contrary, although in this case, a cheap battery-powered watch may be the safest concession (especially in the event of a crash or fall), there is no doubt that it lacks some of the things that many athletes need when seeking “Jenny Saigo”. It’s time to personalize their gear or riding gear.
Obviously, most professional athletes tend to use GPS-enabled digital devices for training or competitions. These devices can measure effort and comprehensively track exercise data, but just like a professional divemaster may wear a digital dive computer on each outing, Endurance is not meant to replace such equipment. Equipment, it is a supplement to it.
Similarly, I am riding a Wahoo Roam, which displays strength, heart rate, VAM (when climbing a mountain), distance and elevation angle indicators, but I keep my daily timing on my wrist because I only like to wear a watch. In addition, my head died while cycling, at least it was never a bad thing to be able to go home in time for brunch. Two is one, one is nothing, right?
In the end, Breitling left a particularly deep impression on me, not only about the elements that make sports watches cooler, but also elements that are actually useful in practice-yes, as a sports watch. In keeping with the tradition that Breitling expects, it is rich in details, masculine in design, and well made.
Following the same tradition, it is big and clear at a glance, but hardly wear-resistant-thanks to the impressive lightness of its 44mm x 12.5mm Breitlight shell, it weighs only 35 grams (without rubber strap) (very Interesting, the strap weight is about the same, add 30 grams to the total packaging). It is powered by a quartz movement-although it is not actually the first choice of many best copy watch enthusiasts, it is actually a practical fitness method that is safer and more accurate in every exercise.
Equipped with Chronospace Evo, the movement used by Endurance is 1/10 of the second quartz chronograph movement manufactured in-house. Although different from the foregoing, Endurance uses Breitling’s 82 movement, which trades Evo’s 24-9 :00 Register at the 30-hour counter. This is a thermally compensated, COSC-certified chronograph movement. It is great to see that in addition to the athlete community, there are some brands still catering to HAQ (high precision quartz) watch fans.
Model: Endurance Pro
Dimensions: 44mm x 12.5mm
Water Resistance: 100 meters
Case Material: Breitlight
Crystal/Lens: Sapphire (double-sided AR coating)
Movement: Breitling Cal. 82 (thermo-compensated, COSC-certified SuperQuartz) with hour, minute, second, date, 1/10th second and 30-minute counters
Power Reserve: 3 – 4 year battery life
Strap/Bracelet: Rubber or recycled nylon (Econyl) NATO strap
Like other products in the Aerospace Evo series, the new Endurance is waterproof to 100 meters, so it has excellent sweat and swimming resistance during any exercise. And the width of the lugs is 22mm, and the distance between the lugs is 52mm, which is almost the same as the area of existing aerospace products, although the engraved lines on the case are more refined, with deep curved strings. The lugs create a cool slope on the 9:00 side of the strap. And thanks to the fine patterns of the Breitlight material, the entire case has a very warm and organic look and feel on the wrist-in sharp contrast with blue, yellow, orange, red or white highlights. Other decorations, such as the strong rubber surface of the crown, the steep pulsometer chapter ring (interesting touch, although I can’t imagine any serious athletes will give up their shouts for this) and gold 3-6-9 and Breitling wings All of these elements give a very cohesive and high-quality feeling, which I can best describe as “Breitling”. Speaking of which, the only design criticism I might make of the new Endurance is the use of the 3-6-9 mark. For a long time, these have been one of my favorite Professional styles, and cutting each one of them to make room for other dial elements is a bit like a design heresy.
Endurance’s design brief offers a variety of colorful strap and dial options, and is based on an ultra-light composite case, a bit like a tribute to the fiberglass case TAG Heuer F1 watch that was also sold in the late 1980s. Used for sports. In many ways, this particular reference book is the first Swiss watch for all generations of cyclists. They may remember that they were worn by stars of the American 7-11 cycling team, such as Bob Rolle. Davis Finney and Andy Hampsten. Unlike the rather crude F1 watches (although it may be nostalgic), Endurance is a stylish, high-quality and modern product that strikes the right balance between style and practicality. For those watch fans who are looking for the perfect driving companion for the new Tarmac SL7, it is obviously a more practical and a more suitable choice for the period.