Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute Watches
Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute watches were developed in the early days of the space race. Seeking to enable features suitable in this new frontier, the timepiece was designed with a 24 hour dial avoid confusion during orbital flight. This series was first taken into space by Scott Carpenter aboard Aurora 7 on May 24th, 1962. In addition to a Self-winding automatic COSC certified Chronometer movement, this timepiece features a flyback function. While designed for spaceflight, this elegant timepiece is used worldwide by the armed forces and casual wearers alike.