Breitling continues commitment to connected watches with Exospace B55 Yachting

Exospace B55 Yachting. (PPR/Breitling)

Breitling is continuing to invest in connected timepieces with an update to its Exospace B55 Yachting watch.

The Exospace B55 Yachting, which was first released in 2016, was Breitling’s first hybrid connected watch, but also maintains its Swiss mechanical tradition with the use of a Breitling Manufacture Caliber B55 movement.

The updated watch, the Exospace B55 Yachting, also boasts the same Breitling Manufacture Caliber B55 that has been reimagined for yachting professionals and regatta competitors, who were actively involved in the development process.


The thermocompensated quartz electronic movement powers a chronograph with analog as well as 12- and 24-hour digital displays with sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides.

The chronograph displays a countdown system, featuring audio, visual, and vibrating alarms and indications.

The watch stores split times, which can be read instantaneously on the watch’s digital screen or, when the Exospace is synchronized to a smartphone, on the phone’s display.

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