Breitling B55 Connected
Still in concept form, Breitling’s first connected chronograph isn’t a smartwatch in the traditional sense (translation: no health monitoring). But once connected to the smartphone app, Breitling’s B55 lets the wearer set new times, time zones, alarms, a night mode, and even back up data. Housed inside its backlit titanium case, which activates by a simple tilt of the wrist, with black carbon-based coating is a B50 caliber superquartz movement ten times more accurate than standard quartz. Recharging is achieved via a mini battery system operable through a main grid, or a USB port. Last but not least, the watch boasts an electronic tachometer, a countdown-countup system, can time flights and upload various measurements straight to the smartphone for an easier read — all fitting, considering the brand’s aviation roots.
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