Roger Dubuis Replica has added a new watch to its collection of pilot's timepieces, the Aerospace Evo. The new timepiece is a new version of the Aerospace chronograph model, which comes from the Professional Collection. Roger Dubuis Replica's new pilot's watch features a larger titanium case, beveled glass and a newly designed analog-digital dial available in three darker colours. The thermo-compensated movement is used to enable its numerous features including the 1/100th second chronograph. Roger Dubuis Replica’s newcomer is available with three different attachments. The price depends on the choice. The most affordable version with rubber bands and plain leather straps retails for about $3,300. However, the most expensive version, which includes a titanium band, costs $4,225. Aerospace Evo is available in a more expensive version that includes a copilot's module built into the metal band.
Roger Dubuis Replica Aerospace: Since 1985New Aerospace Evo represents the latest version of the original model, which was launched in 1985. Originally it was part of the Navitimer Series. This tells us a lot about how successful the product was. roger dubuis replicaThe watch's basic characteristics have remained the same, despite the fact that there are some slight differences between the various iterations. This includes the functions of the different movements used in the models. This is mainly due to the use titanium cases and solid backs. (There were also some gold or two-tone cases at one point), the recognizable digital-analog face, and the punctuated aviation heritage. The longevity of this timepiece also implies that it is not a watch with revolutionary features or exclusive design. It is still a successful and tested formula for creating a multifunctional pilot timekeeper.
The new pilot's watch from the Professional Series replaces the predecessor, the Aerospace Chronograph. It retains the same features. There are only slight differences in the dial design. The newcomer is 1 mm larger, has slightly different hands and numbers and a beveled glass. The new Aerospace Evo is powered by C.O.S.C., just like the previous model that was sold from 2007 to 2013. chronometer-certified thermo-quartz caliber B79 movement. This caliber is ten times more precise than a quartz module, with a punctuality of within 10 seconds per year. It is also more resistant to temperature changes.
The watch has a number of features, which are particularly useful for pilots. These include a 1/100th second chronograph, a countdown, an alarm clock, a perpetual calendar with day and date, a digital LCD display of 12.24 hours,Breitling Replica Watches a backlight compatible with night-vision goggles, a life-end indicator, and an audible signal. Each of the features is activated by twisting, pushing down, or pulling up the crown. The battery type 380 lasts between three and four years depending on how it is used.
Satin-Brushed Titanium BodyAs has already been stated, the new Aerospace model is only 1 mm larger than its predecessor. The case diameter is 43 mm and its height is 10.8mm. Its weight (without the bracelet) is 46.7 grams (1.65 oz). The housing, which is made of titanium, is finished with a satin finish. This is in keeping with the aeronautical theme. Aerospace Evo features a rotating unidirectional engraved bezel, integrated rider tabs, and a solid screwed back with conversion scales in metric and Anglo-Saxon measurement. The crown of the Aerospace Evo is non-screw-locked and has two gaskets as well as an integrated push-piece. Its bevelled sapphire bezel also features double glareproof treatment.