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      10-04-2012, 03:37 PM   #1
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      10-04-2012, 07:58 PM   #2
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Very Nice Watch. Love Breitling. Love my Windrider cockpit blueface. GLWS
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      10-04-2012, 08:01 PM   #3
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is that with a Pro II 22mm bracelet?
very nice watch, GLWS
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Very Nice Watch. Love Breitling. Love my Windrider cockpit blueface. GLWS
Thanks! It's an incredible watch, I have no doubt it'll sell quickly. It's been sitting in the closet for way too long. Time to let someone else enjoy it.

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is that with a Pro II 22mm bracelet?
very nice watch, GLWS
I believe it is. Thanks too!
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Time to get rid of my Breitling Emergency Mission. It's in new/perfect condition, and has been worn by me less than ten times. I purchased it from an authorized Breitling dealer about 2 years ago, and can guarantee that the watch is 100% authentic.

I bought the watch because Breitling decided to discontinue the model, and I was able to get one of the last white face models directly from Breitling USA. The watch is definitely becoming a collectors item. The Emergency Mission still has its first service available, free of charge from Breitling USA, and comes with all accessories.

My price is $4000 FIRM, shipped UPS insured anywhere in the CONUS. I can accept Pay Pal, plus 3%.
This looks like the avenger sea wolf chrono
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Nice watch. Too bad the Emergency line is basically useless, for its intended purpose. That RF band is no longer used/monitored as of a few years ago, I believe. So, if you find yourself crashed in the desert, don't expect to be rescued. With that said, my B-1 SQ, Galactic 41, and Superocean Steelfish say hello!
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Nice watch. Too bad the Emergency line is basically useless, for its intended purpose. That RF band is no longer used/monitored as of a few years ago, I believe. So, if you find yourself crashed in the desert, don't expect to be rescued. With that said, my B-1 SQ, Galactic 41, and Superocean Steelfish say hello!
Breitling is working hard to repudiate that myth....

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Important information concerning the 121.5 MHz distress frequency


In its recent news bulletins, the COSPAS-SARSAT (International Satellite System For Search and Rescue) issued a reminder that it will terminate the 121.5 MHz emergency frequency satellite processing service on 1 February 2009. This information has caused a certain amount of confusion among Breitling partners and clients, who have been erroneously led to believe that this decision would render obsolete the main function of the Emergency watch. Breitling wishes to refute this assumption by providing some important additional information.

The COSPAS-SARSAT decision relates exclusively to the cessation of the satellite alert service. It does not affect the process of localizing victims, which will continue to be performed by emergency services operating on the 121.5 MHz frequency.

According to COSPAS-SARSAT, this decision to terminate satellite processing of the 121.5 MHz emergency beacons “affects all maritime beacons (EPIRBs), all aviation beacons (ELTs) and all personal beacons (PLBs).” However, COSPAS-SARSAT specifically states that “other devices (such as man overboard systems and homing transmitters) that operate at 121.5 MHz and do not rely on satellite detection will not be affected by the phase-out of satellite processing at 121.5 MHz”. The Breitling Emergency watch is one of the latter type of systems. (http://www.cospas.sarsat.org/)
Serving as a complement to the beacons carried aboard aircraft, the Emergency has never been intended to trigger an alert, but instead to help locate people in distress. It therefore does not require satellite detection in order to operate. The operating principle of the Emergency for locating victim on the 121.5 MHz frequency is therefore not affected by the COSPAS-SARSAT decision and the Emergency will long remain an effective means of increasing one’s chances of survival in case of a crash.

The fact that COSPAS-SARSAT encourages beacon owners to acquire 406 MHz beacons before 1 February 2009 is due to their compatibility with satellite detection and alert processes. It is important to note that these beacons are in fact twin- frequency 406 MHz/121.5 MHz beacons, an essential characteristic in that the 121.5 MHz frequency is necessary to locate victims via the homing devices fitted on search and rescue equipment.
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Breitling is working hard to repudiate that myth....
Sorry, wasn't trying to thread-crap. Was simply sympathizing with the Emergency lineup. Local rescue operations have, in fact, stopped listening on that frequency. Not all, but a lot dropped it when the satellite system was no longer active.
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Sorry, wasn't trying to thread-crap. Was simply sympathizing with the Emergency lineup. Local rescue operations have, in fact, stopped listening on that frequency. Not all, but a lot dropped it when the satellite system was no longer active.
No need to apologize, I know you aren't thread crapping. Just thought I'd throw out Breitling's statement. It's definitely a legitimate debate when it comes to the Emergency series.

Personally, I wouldn't trust my life entirely on a watch based emergency transmitter. I'll stick with my trusty signal mirrors and survival whistle.
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