As a new-generation connected chronograph with innovation, functionality and performance, the UK copy Breitling Exospace B55 connects the service of the watch with the smartphone to enable users to finish watch’s adjustment through the smartphone, to download results of certain measurements to the phone, and to receive the notifications by the watch.
For the fake Breitling Exospace B55 timepieces, the 46mm case made of light and sturdy titanium is complemented by a rotating bezel with rider tabs to mark a departure time or deadline that the user wants to remember. The distinctive rubber TwinPro strap is sporty and supple, which is available in three versions: blue on black, anthracite on black and grey on black. Driven by outstanding SuperQuartz movements with autonomy up to 2 months, the UK Breitling Exospace B55 replica watches also can enjoy many original functions:
- Time Zone
This instrument is able to indicate two time zones simultaneously, one with the hands, and the other on the digital display. Because of the creative SWAP function, the two timezones can be reversed by pressing once on the push button while allowing for any possible date change.
- Chrond Add
The timepiece can record up to 50 intermediate times. It has a “flyback” function that serves to launch a new timing operation while the chronograph is already functioning. The tachymeter enables measurement of average speeds for a given distance, with a unit conversion option. Users can download all these results on their smartphone in order to read them more easily, store or share them.
- Lap Timer
The “lap timer” chronograph allows several times to be measured in succession, for example during a motorsports competition. Stopping one timing operation automatically starts the following one. The user can store and reread a maximum of 50 times, displaying the best result, once the timing operation is complete. Thanks to the connection, this information can also be downloaded and managed on the smartphone.
- Chrond Flight
The “chrono flight” aeronautical system serves to record “block times” (the time elapsed between the moment the airplane begins to move to the time it stops at the end of its mission) along with flight times, while memorizing the date, departure and arrival times, takeoff and landing times as well as airport codes. Users can then download all this information to their smartphone.
- Countdown / up
The “countdown/countup” function, also known as MET (Mission Elapsed Time) is used for longer-term missions or, for example, for regattas. It offers two options: starting a countdown (the duration of which can be configured) and a timing operation or perform an “absolute timing operation” by starting the counting from a set value.
The “timer” function can be adjusted to 99 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds, with the choice of alarm desired (sound or vibrating or both). The timer can be interrupted and started again. During the last three minutes, the seconds hand counts the seconds and a beep emphasizes the last ten seconds. The end of the countdown is indicated by a 20-second alarm with a ten-second reminder after one minute.
The connection to the smartphone makes the watch receive the notifications such as an email (with the time of receipt), a message (SMS, WhatsApp, with the time of receipt) or a telephone call (with the time of the call and if available, the name and telephone number of the caller). It also can display the day’s next appointment in hours and minutes. The watch memorizes 20 notifications with the time they took place.