High Quality Breitling Avenger Bandit Imitation Watches

Fans of Breitling’s macho tone, elegant aesthetics, and significant construct will probably find the new Breitling Avenger Bandit replica watch gratifying. You won’t confuse a number of other watches for a Breitling, but you sometimes have to appear closely to distinguish between the versions themselves. This newest iteration of this Avenger seeks to deliver a”stealth” look to the line, and it’ll no doubt appeal to people who enjoy a brooding, darker watch but might not want the all the black which includes one of the Breitling Avenger Blackbird watches.

The Breitling Avenger bandit titanium replica watch line is made up of three-handers, chronographs, and a GMT, but if you truly need to feel the complete”Breitling encounter,” a chronograph might be the best way to go — like this Breitling Avenger Bandit. Actually, this is only the third Avenger chronograph, with a majority of three-handers containing the lineup, and it’s the first Avenger chronograph in titanium. The unidirectional, ratcheted, rotating bezel you see with its four”rider tabs” (for better grip, apparently, while wearing gloves) in the compass points is a common feature of the Avenger line, but also of those Chronomat, Galactic, and Colt lines. This ultra-grippy-looking”waffle” texture on the crown and pushers is also a likable characteristic of the Avenger lineup that bolsters the tool-watch theme.

The big story here is titanium, however. While the Avenger watches, and Breitling generally, are aviation and military themed, the Breitling Avenger Bandit user manual replica watch feels even more so — and the marketing materials for this watch actually hammer that point, in typical Breitling fashion. Yes, I actually kind of purchase the”soul of unmanned aviation” pitch. The fully satin-brushed titanium case to”remove any undesirable glinting from the heat of activity” and the material’s lightness (the Breitling Avenger Bandit weighs 100.65gram with no strap) and total muted colour scheme all suggest a utility-focused layout, with thankfully small bling. The flip side of titanium’s lightness, obviously, is the fact that it dents easily. Though perhaps you, such as Jerry Seinfeld (according to lore), actually favor your Breitlings all scratched up…

The dial design is dictated from the Breitling 13 caliber found in other Breitling chronograph watches — and when it immediately proposes an ETA Valjoux 7750 to you, perhaps you spend too much time taking a look at watches. A tool watch in this way looks like a good house for a 7750, if ever there was one, as a tool watch should be easy, reliable, and not too fancy. The solid caseback also comes with a helpful conversion scale to the primary units.

Even though you might be tempted to think the Breitling Avenger Bandit e13383 imitation watch is merely a fresh aesthetic spin on the Avenger II or others that discuss the fundamental dial layout (with even the red accents at the specific same places), notice the instance size. In 45mm wide, the Breitling Avenger Bandit sits directly in the middle of this Avenger II (43mm) and Super Avenger (48mm) in terms of sizing. Now, Breitling does not disclose the situation thickness for the Breitling Avenger Bandit chronograph imitation watch, and due to the different case dimensions, we can’t infer its thickness by looking at other models. However, 7750-equipped watches can tend to have fairly thick, so we are able to confidently conjecture this — although the titanium will surely help wearability — that is sure to be a see with a huge presence, in spite of its blatantly minimized sparkle.

That’s pretty good for a chronograph that is not even trying to become a dive watch. The strap the Breitling Avenger Bandit comes on comes with an anthracite fabric fiber exterior with rubber tread on the inside along with a folding titanium clasp — and it surely enhances the aesthetic. Considering its attributes, and in the context of other Breitling products as well as Swiss mechanical chronographs generally, the Breitling Avenger Bandit’s cost of $4,500 appears to be reasonable. breitling.com