The UK Cheap Replica Breitling Navitimer GMT: What we think

I’m a bit torn on the perfect fake Breitling Navitimer GMT. On the one hand, I love what the watch represents. In a way, it’s the ultimate pilot’s watch, combining the Navitimer’s slide rule bezel with a GMT function. Plus, it’s a luxury fake Breitling, which offers even more street cred — or, shall we say, air cred?

I also like the design. The layout makes a lot of sense and is easy to read, and best 1:1 replica Breitling UK has managed to pack a lot of information onto the dial in a way that doesn’t look cluttered or confusing. (Just look at that perfect 6 o’clock date window.)

But there are a couple of areas on the new watch that have me scratching my head. One is the movement. AAA quality fake Breitling is still using the Cal. 32 movement, which is fine. It’s based on an ETA movement and is COSC-certified as a chronometer.

But it’s not a traveler’s GMT, and the power reserve is just 42 hours. In a world where movements like the Miyota 9075 and ETA Powermatic 80 GMT movements exist, let alone the movements powering GMT watches from Tudor and Longines, Swiss movement replica Breitling needs to step up its game. The brand has done a great job updating its chronographs to manufacture movements in recent years, so I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before the rest of its lineup follows suit.

My other beef is with the water resistance — just 30m. Granted, this is a pilot’s copy watch and not a dive watch, but a mere splashproof rating for a GMT sports watch that people are likely going to use on vacation seems like a miss.

Those qualms aside, the high quality fake Breitling Navitimer GMT does a nice job overall of adding another pilot-aimed wrinkle to the Navitimer story.