NAVITIMER COSMONAUTE

Navitimer Cosmonaute

On May 24th 1962, Scott Carpenter orbited the Earth three times aboard the Aurora 7 capsule. On his wrist was a Navitimer with a 24-hour graduation – a vital necessity in distinguishing day...

On May 24th 1962, Scott Carpenter orbited the Earth three times aboard the Aurora 7 capsule. On his wrist was a Navitimer with a 24-hour graduation – a vital necessity in distinguishing day from night. It thus became the first wrist chronograph to travel in space. Having entered the Breitling collections under the name Cosmonaute, this pioneer in the sphere of space conquest has since been equipped with a Manufacture Breitling movement featuring manual winding and a 24-hour display – two tributes to the original 1962 chronograph. It is also pursuing its odyssey in an exclusive and technical all black-clad version, a 1,000-piece limited series named Navitimer Cosmonaute Blacksteel.

⌀ 43.00 mm
13.85 mm

Case

Steel, black steel, 18K red gold

Strap

Leather, Ocean Racer or Navitimer

Power reserve

Min. 70 hrs

Caliber

Breitling 02 (Manufacture)

NAVITIMER COSMONAUTE

Caliber Breitling 02 (Manufacture)
Movement Mechanical hand-wound
Power reserve Min. 70 hrs
Chronograph 1/4th second, 30 minutes, 12 hours
Vibration 28 800 v.p.h
Jewel 39 jewels
Calendar Dial aperture
Case Steel, black steel, 18K red gold
Back Screwed in
Water resistance 3 bars
Bezel Bidirectional, slide rule
Crown Non screw-locked, two gaskets
Crystal Cambered sapphire, glareproofed both sides
Diameter 43.00 mm
Strap Leather, Ocean Racer or Navitimer
Interhorn width 22/20 mm
Thickness 13.85 mm
Weight (without strap) 81.10 gr.


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