Exospace B55 Connected
In the forefront of connected chronographs, the Exospace B55 is asserting itself as a concentrated package of innovation, functionality and performance.
True to its tradition of “instruments for professionals”, Breitling designed this model as a “real” watch (with a multifunction movement, dial and hands, two months’ autonomy, a waterproof case, etc.) leveraging the user-friendliness of the smartphone to improve its ease of use and efficiency. This supremely masterful chronograph remains entirely operational offline. The Exospace B55 is asserting itself as a major technological breakthrough, entirely in line with the Breitling inventions that have made their mark on the history of watchmaking – such as the first independent chronograph pushpiece at 2 o’clock (1915), the Navitimer slide rule (1952) or the Emergency’s distress beacon (1995).