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 Post subject: Aerospace refresh soon?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2019 11:52 pm 
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Just wondering if there are any rumors of a refresh for the Aerospace coming up. Seems like the Evo is about due for replacement.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2019 12:21 am 
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Hi,
Had the confirmation the Evo is currently not produced anymore. It is still on their website as there is stock left in the AD.
I hope they will announce a new one maybe this weeks as it’s the Basel work fair in Switzerland ( starts Thursday)


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I know it may be too early to know, but any assumptions on what the discontinuation of the evo will mean in regards to parts availability to those of us that have one?


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helicopterpilot91 wrote:
I know it may be too early to know, but any assumptions on what the discontinuation of the evo will mean in regards to parts availability to those of us that have one?


Shouldn't be any different than any other past Aerospace as they still fix them all. I had a 1st generation Aerospace (Navitimer dial circa 1985) restored by Breitling last year. They do use the upgraded superquartz movement on some later versions but I see that as a plus not a minus. I have a 2003 Chronometre Aerospace on the way back from BUSA due in Tuesday. Turnaround (new movement) only took a month.


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Awesome! Thank you for the first hand knowledge.


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Where did you get confirmation that they are no longer being produced?

Thanks


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I called Breitling directly.


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