Swiss watchmaker Breitling enjoys a versatile life within the world of high-end horology. Founded in 1884, the brand has remained resolute in its commitment to producing some of the finest chronograph watches targeted at aviators. You will also find, however, perfect replica Breitling has a number of quality diving watches on its roster too.
But Breitling has also always been a brand to innovate wherever possible, offering customers features rivals can’t provide, and ones that can prove to be invaluable.
Breitling recently set itself the task of owning the space occupied by watches aimed at those with active lifestyles, and the result is the Endurance Pro. DMARGE has already helped to show off the Endurance Pro’s active credentials, with five of Sydney’s greatest athletes competing in an intense morning workout session on Bondi Beach.
However, some of us are still in the aspirational phase of achieving similar physiques, and since Breitling markets the Endurance Pro not only as a “lightweight watch for athletes” but also as a “casual, everyday sports watch”, we felt compelled to strap one on our wrist for a few days to see how it wore and if its price is justified.
So, what exactly is the Swiss made fake Breitling Endurance Pro? It’s a sports watch, but maybe not quite as you know it.
Sports watches, if you were to search the term online, will bring up a plethora of models with digital screens, applications and short battery lives. Sure, these watches can keep an accurate record of your daily workouts and fitness regimens, but the inconvenience of daily charges and costly repairs is enough to deter many potential customers.
You could also, of course, apply the term sports watch to pretty much anything that isn’t a dress watch: diver’s, pilot’s and racing. These watches will most likely have delicate automatic movements and heavy stainless steel cases (or those made from other proprietary materials).
While these watches may serve up the necessary functions to record lap times by way of chronographs and sub-dials, for example, they’re not exactly built for life in the great outdoors. You wouldn’t want to take a chunk out the stainless case of your prized $15,000 timepiece now, would you?
This is where the Breitling Endurance Pro suddenly becomes the only watch you need if you keep active, appreciate exquisite craftsmanship and don’t wish to succumb to a life viewing a digital display.