Breitling Avenger Bandit: Spirit of Naval Aviation Edition

Feb 12, 2016

Category: Style

The clock is about to strike on the Baselworld trade show, and this is what Breitling reveals: Their new Avenger Bandit Spirit of Naval Aviation Edition watch. A gorgeous aviator timepiece that exemplifies everything great about the aviator watch wrapped in a 45 mm titanium case that has the dignified matte finish you would expect on the wrist of a 4-star career man.

The strap is a military-grade rubber that is meant to resist weather and wear out on the deck of USS Franklin. Precision mechanical movement keeps true time and is as efficient at sea level as inside a depressurized cockpit. As a survival timepiece, the finish and sapphire crystal give zero reflection or shine, allowing the Bandit to be used on recon missions without catching the eye of an ISIS militant as you sync your watches with command. The watch retails for $5,400, and is certainly worth a portion of your take-home. [Purchase]

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