Following the Aerospace Evo Night Vision that was introduced last year, and which has a digital-analog display powered by a Superquartz movement, Breitling has announced the *Chronospace Evo Night Mission* which has a fully analog display powered by a Superquartz movement.

As this is the Evo Night Mission collection, the case is crafted in titanium that features a matte black satin-brushed finish, and an engraved bezel with raised markers (rider tabs) – for improved grip when operating the unidirectional bezel – at zero, 15, 30, and 45. The case of the Chronospace Evo is 43 mm in diameter, in comparison to the larger 46 mm diameter of the Aerospace. The case is water-resistant to 100 meters and features screw-down crown.

The rugged professional watch is powered by a caliber 73 Superquartz movement, that Breitling claims is ten times more accurate than a standard quartz, and that is COSC chronometer certified. Notably, the chronograph features two seconds hands which are part of a split-seconds timing function. There is also a fast timezone adjustment system. The chronograph is accurate to 1/10th of a second.

The dial is in mariner blue and features large luminous Arabic numerals, except at 12 o’clock where the numeral has no lume, and at 6 o’clock where there is only an index marker. Solid caseback. The Breitling Chronospace Evo Night Mission comes with a black Diver Pro strap with a matching black buckle.

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