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Ttourbillon and lunar phase indicators do look good, the dual-time zone feature will always be one of the most useful watch complications in the real world. This ability to know time in two places at once is invaluable to the busy traveler, and can be wrapped in a fashionable and versatile package in the right hands.
First released in 2012, it is the brand’s latest all-original product. Aesthetics certainly diverged when it first appeared, but they seem to be maturing over time, and even those who still can’t accept this unusual look tend to appreciate design efficiency. There’s a lot of information on display – in addition to its dual time zone display, Sky-Dweller are also Rolex’s first-ever annual calendar.
It is an off-center GMT disc with a lower hour markers removed, the most common reason for hesitation about the appearance of the Sky-Dweller and the problem that Rolex seems to be trying to solve with the latest generation of replica watches. While the old dials contrast with the rest of the dial, the latest dials and dials are the same color as the surface, blending together as a less distracting element. Now, there’s nothing wrong with being able to tell an Sky-Dweller from a Datejust at a second glance.

There’s a reason to call it the Breitling Navitimer, which was first launched in 1952 when Chronomat was a success and became the world’s first smart watch. Before the concept of wearable technology was just a futuristic flight straight out of a Dick Tracy comic book, the Navitimer made life easier for actual fliers.
The chronograph, with its iconic circular slide rule, can be used by pilots to determine a range of different aviation-based calculations, including key information such as fuel consumption, time and distance calculations. It was because of this utility that Navitimer were officially adopted by AOPA. Although its party parts have long been replaced by the unfathomable computing power of the ordinary flight deck, it is still one of the top choices for professionals and those who love everything in the air.
The Navitimer 1 B04 GMT 48, launched in 2014, is one of a handful of luxury replica watches released over the same period, including a range of 46mm non- GMT dials. As the name suggests, this dual-time zone watch weighs 48mm, continuing Breitling’s tradition of making giant watches that can be read at a glance in the cramped confines of the cockpit.
Dimensions make the dial at least relatively legible, spreading out elements as much as possible, although it will never be the minimalist. After inserting a three-coordinate layout of slide rules, tachometers, date, and chronograph sub-dials, adding GMT scales to the inner circumference had little effect on readability. It follows Navitimer’s iconic and unique look, an aesthetic instantly recognizable as coming from Breitling, a universal cult. On the inside, the internal caliber B04 is basically a branch of the brand’s first in-house movement, B01, with the GMT module bolted on. It operates at 4Hz, retains 70 hours of standby time and, most importantly, is visible through the sapphire case.