06 Jun 2010

Breitling Aeromarine Avenger Seawolf Men’s Watch Review

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Here’s another breakthrough in watch making. And here’s yet another one coming from breitling.

Exploring new technological depths : Avenger Seawolf

Breitling Aeromarine Avenger Seawolf men’s watch accomplishes a notable achievement with its outstanding ability to withstand pressures of 300 bars under water, corresponding to a depth of 3,000 meters or 10,000 feet. A specially built safety valve evacuates helium as soon as the internal overpressure reaches 3 bars to balance the difference in inside and outside pressures. So you can enjoy hours of diving without worrying about your favorite time piece.

This exceptionally ergonomic, ultimate diver’s watch uses numeric simulation to create geometry for the case that help keep its dimensions in check making it ultra light and good for any size men’s wrist. Breitling Aeromarine Avenger Seawolf also has a self winding mechanical movement running on Breitling’s 17 caliber made by ETA and an award winning chronometer by the COSC (Swiss Official Chronometer Control). With unidirectional rotating bezel framing the black dial, luminous hands, very legible numeral hour markers, 25 jewels, and a power reserve of at least 40 hours, there isn’t much left to ask for.

Not to mention the masculine look so well known of Breitling brand to draw anyone’s attention to the Breitling wearer.

One Response to Breitling Aeromarine Avenger Seawolf Men’s Watch Review
  1. Loved the caption, and I enjoyed how you structured the piece. The tone was natural, and the technical ideas were well-conveyed in a casual manner.

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