In December 9th, 2014, International Council of Air Shows will be hold in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Breitling will reveal its specific 2015 flight plan in America. Combining speed, accuracy and bravery, Breitling is the best representation of the aerobatics. Since its foundation in 1884, Breitling ties a strong bond with aviation, and its Onboard chronometer was equipped to pilots in the World War Two. In 1952, Navitimer series came to exist and genuinely facilitated the cooperation between Breitling and aviation. Breitling’s passion about aviation since aviation began popular in the world. For over 60 years, Breitling is definitely the elite among so many global mechanical watches in Swiss watches industry. Here just compare the Breitling Airborne 44 and IWC Mark 17 IW326501.
Professional Choice-Breitling Airborne 44
This Breitling Airborne 44 is the latest one in this year, and it is simpler than former Airborne as it is a basic chronometer. Three counters in the dial are quite similar to the panels in the cockpit, and really makes you feel like a pilot, although you are just an big ordinary Breitling fan.
Classic-IWC Pilot’s Watches Mark 17 IW326501
IWC built its first Pilot’s watches in 1936-Mark 9. Back then, it was German that order the Mark 9, and this Mark 9 left deep impression on us. This new Mark 17 is the latest, and it continues many Mark’s features on it, and reaches a new height both in its look and performance. The dial layout is much more like a cockpit, and the diameter of the watch reaches 41mm. The inner soft case can guarantee that it is immune from magnetism in the plane. You just look at the case alone, you will find that the shape expresses what the Pilot watch is. Take a close look at and see if you can see other pilot features on it?