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Breitling Cockpit B50 EB5010 (2014)

R59,999.00

1 in stock

SKU: BRE-489
Certified Authentic
Box

Yes

Papers

No

Brand

Breitling

Model

EB5010

Range

Cockpit B50

Movement

Quartz

Production Year

2014 Approximately

Gender

Men

Dial type

Black

Case size

46mm

Case material

Titanium

Bracelet material

Black Rubber

Bezel Material

Titanium

Released in 2014 and since discontinued, the Cockpit B50 EB5010 is a bold timepiece found as part of the brand’s diverse Professional Collection. Featuring a large 46mm by 16.5mm titanium case with lugs reminiscent of the iconic Navitimer, the watch is distinguished on the wrist with its uniquely toothed compass bezel, integrated pushers, and guard-flanked crown. In parallel to the crown, the case features a seriously uncommon charging port, of course, used to recharge its movement’s battery.

On the dial, a hybrid analog-digital display is at work, with a black background contrasting to white, green, and LCD markers, while surrounding it all is a curved outer ring providing greater visual depth to the look. With a focus on legibility in professional aviation environments, the Cockpit B50 features a diverse range of functions to read, including 1/100th second chronograph with a max of 99 days and flyback function, electronic tachymeter, perpetual calendar, two daily alarms, countdown timer, CountDown and CountUp clocks, world time, and, of course, standard timekeeping. A Breitling SuperQuartz B50 movement makes these functions possible, the thermocompensated quartz caliber is naturally chronometer certified and helpfully displays an end of life indicator as its battery drains, which when charged regularly can last up to ten years.

The Cockpit B50 as a design follows in the footsteps of the 1985-debuted Aerospace, itself an innovative, multifunction chronograph equipped with a then-state-of-the-art hybrid digital-analog display. Yet where the Aerospace historically and modernly has been marketed towards more general aviation professionals, the Chronospace found its niche in those requiring even more from their timepieces, as such adding a slide-rule and later compass bezel to the design among various other features that have been phased in and out over the year

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