If you’ve been following my blog so far, or at least read a post now and then, you’d know that I love Breitling replica watches. These babies are some of my favorite, if not even THE favorite watches so it’s much easier for me and I enjoy a lot more to write a … let’s say Breitling Navitimer replica review than reviewing a Calatrava or a Patrimony Traditionnelle.
Don’t get me wrong, nothing wrong with these because it’s always good to have variety and you can’t exactly show up to a posh social gathering with a super sporty, rubber strap, Breitling Bentley replica and be taken seriously. A Breitling Emergency replica, if it looks good, well, that’s something else. But I think you catch my drift.
This watch is the result of the continuous dedication to pilots. After all, this is what stands at the basis of this brand. It’s not only a timekeeping instrument, but also a life saving instrument. Its name is perfect for what it does. It’s just what you need in emergency situations.
This Breitling replica is powered by a Japanese self-winding movement, doing its job pretty well. It’s very accurate, keeping almost perfect time and the power reserve is more than sufficient. Not all subdials of this Breitling Emergency replica are functional. The only one that does work is the one located at 6 o’clock and gives you the military time , but I still say this is a killer watch and you can’t really expect much more from a reasonably cheap Breitling replica.
The Movement on this watch is Japanese automatic. That means that it’s self-winding and has a power reserve of over 24 hours. It’s perfect to be worn as an everyday piece. The second hands sweep nicely and the date windows looks good too. The chronographs at 3 and 9 o’clock don’t work, but other than that I have nothing negative to say about this watch.