Breitling’s First Watch In Space

First Soaring Space Watch
Breitling NaVitimer CosmoNaute Watch
    This Breitling was created for humans to explore the mysteries of space in the early days. In 1962, astronaut Scott. Carpenter wore this watch while exploring the trajectory of the Aurora 7 spacecraft. The characteristic of this watch is that the hands run on the dial for 24 hours a week, the purpose is to help astronauts avoid the confusion of noon and midnight. In terms of movement, it is equipped with Breitling 22 automatic winding movement: high frequency, 38 artificial ruby ​​bearings. The astronaut watch is also equipped with a flyback device, which can continuously count without stopping, resetting and restarting the chronograph.