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Breitling Emergency E76321
Breitling's game-changing Emergency made headlines when it was released in 1995, thanks to its integration of a fully functional distress beacon. Developed for and used by the military, particularly pilots, the unique, life-saving feature operates with an independent battery and broadcasts a frequency of 121.5 MHz (a bandwidth monitored by aviation and rescue services), with a range of 90 miles. On top of this, the Emergency features all the cutting-edge technology we've come to expect from Breitling's Professional series, including a dual analogue-digital display with calendar, GMT, alarm and other functions, and a compass bezel. First made in 2002, this second generation Emergency model with rare orange dial uses thermo-compensated superquartz technology to ensure accurate functionality in extreme temperatures.
This Breitling has undergone a thorough inspection of accuracy, functionality and condition to determine the level of reconditioning required to meet our strict standards. It has also been referenced against technical documents and manufacturer records where available to ensure authenticity and a clean history.
|Age||8 years (2009)|
|Delivery||Free Next Day*|
|Case size||43 MM|
|Bracelet material||Titanium (Professional II)|
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