The Breitling Emergency 2 watch has a built-in rescue beacon
Exploded view of the Breitling Emergency 2
The Breitling Emergency 2 can transmit up to 24 hours
The Breitling Emergency 2 has two antenna built in that activate the beacon when pulled out.
The charger case for the transmitter also acts as a self-tester
The Breitling Emergency 2 boasts a titanium case
The Breitling Emergency 2 transmits emergency signals on two frequencies
The Breitling Emergency 2 uses a specially designed lithium-ion battery to power the transmitter
Detail showing the antenna housing on the Breitling Emergency 2
Emergency beacons are great insurance for aviators and sailors, but they aren't worth much if a disaster leaves you in one place and the beacon in another. Just to be safe, you might as well strap the beacon to your wrist, which is what the Breitling Emergency II does. The Swiss-made wrist chronograph watch provides those who travel in remote, risky places with a dual-channel emergency satellite transmitter that activates with a twist and a yank.
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