Whether you are a fighter pilot, a civilian aviator, or just a dyed-in-the-wool tool watch enthusiast, there is a fairly good chance that your first brush with Breitling replica watch was one of its Professional watches — a broad line of trendy quartz-powered references which has stayed one of those brand’s core collections since its informal debut as the Aerospace in 1985. Over the last three and a half decades, the Professional umbrella has evolved radically, from the entry-level Aerospace to more feature-rich offerings such as the rugged Chronospace, the state-of-the-art Exospace, along with the powerful Emergency — a mythical adventure watch capable of summoning a helicopter (ie: the world’s most expensive Uber ride) for when things move really sideways. Given its trendy, contemporary aesthetic and lengthy legacy of highly accurate, multi-function utility watches, the expert line is a natural home for Breitling fresh Endurance Guru — yet another category-specific instrument watch, now designed with athletes in mind.
With respect to its Guru collection stablemates, the new Endurance Pro probably has the most in common in both proportion and functionality using the Chronospace Evo — a totally analog spin-off of this ana-digi hybrid Aerospace Evo. Though promoted at pilots, the contemporary Aerospace was an superb multi-sport & experience watch (along with a ideal biking watch, I’ll add), thanks to its light weight, simple wearability, and multiple functions.