Breitling Introduces the Airwolf Professional
They are very high quality watches with, in my opinion, some of the most distinctive styling out there.The Airwolf is clearly related to the B-1, however the Airwolf's bezel is directional while the B-1's bezel provides an additional analog countdown timer. The Airwolf's design is also slightly different, and the pushers are ergonomically curved. Overall, I think the Airwolf is a better looking watch, but both are beautiful. The Airwolf has a glare-proof sapphire crystal, and is available with either a blue dial and leather strap, or a black dial and a steel bracelet. There's not a lot of information available yet, but what there is you can find on Breitling's site. Breitling is of course known for their automatic Swiss-made aviation timepieces, but they make some great quartz watches, as well. The Airwolf is the newest addition to their Professional line and has the following features: Alarm. Stopwatch with a resolution of 1/100th of a second and split times. Countdown timer. Dual time zones (with independent alarms). Perpetual calendar.Although this appears to be a pretty standard feature set for a digital watch, the Breitling Professional line is anything but standard.