Breitling Avenger recently completed an important "update". Among them, the Breitling Avenger Chronograph has changed from case size, case material to movement. The Breitling Avenger B01 Chronograph 44 Night Mission uses a ceramic shell instead of the previous black-plated titanium shell. The ceramic case is not only high in hardness, resistant to scratches and scratches, but also has a strong texture, which enhances the high-end feel of the watch. Breitling’s new Avenger chronograph, the bezel and case are all made of black ceramic, and the ceramic details are well processed. The ceramic bezel has a sandblasted effect, and the "horse-stud" on the bezel has brushed decoration.
The yellow dial is a classic dial of Breitling Avenger clone watches. The use of yellow dial is not surprising. The newly added carbon fiber disc this time is eye-catching. Among Breitling watches of the same level, carbon fiber disks are very rare. Based on the pattern on the carbon fiber disk, it can be inferred that Breitling is forged from carbon fiber wire harnesses mixed with epoxy resin. The carbon fiber disk, on the Breitling Avenger Chronograph, is mainly for decoration. At the same time, you can see that there is a record pattern decoration on the small counter. For the new Avengers chronograph, the ceramic case “Night Mission” still uses digital time markers, while the steel case model uses bar hour markers.
Most of the small chronograph dial are arranged at 6 o'clock, 9 o'clock, and 12 o'clock. This is because a large part of the old Avengers chronographs use universal movements (ETA7750). Now, the new Breitling Avenger B01 Chronograph 44 Night Mission uses Breitling's self-produced B01 chronograph movement, and the disk layout has also changed to a 3 o'clock, 6 o'clock, and 9 o'clock layout, with the calendar at 6 o'clock. The layout of the disk is determined by the movement. Regardless of steel shell or ceramic shell, all Breitling-produced B01 automatic chronograph movements are now used. Although there were models using the B01 movement in the previous old Avengers chronographs, most of them were universal movements (ETA7750).