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Hello!
I need help with a dial question for the Breitling Aerospace Avantage E79362.
Is there a authentic “cream dial”, looks like a pink minute ring around the main dial.
What is this name of this dial type?
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Nobody knows?
Another question, is the inner “pink” bezel ring a part that can be changed or most the entire dial be replaced?
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It’s a one piece dial. I don’t think it’s actually pink but rather it’s the shadow caused by the recessed dial. If you view google images of that model many photos show that pinkish hue.

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Maybe it’s more likely brown. Is that a correct dial?


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It is a correct dial (there are no remotely credible fakes of the Aerospace). It is called white though it looks pinkish in daily light, and as zak57 says the different colour of the rehaut is simply shadow.


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Thank you so much for your help.
But I bought a watch with this dial and it’s actually a different color and not the shadow. That’s why I’m wondering. It’s brown/pink and definitely a darker tone than the white/silver dial.
Do you have any suggestions where I can find the answer? If it’s a correct dial it must be information out there.


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I've never come across this so I assume it's a custom job, i.e. an owner has wanted this done to the dial.

For an example of what it should look like see:

https://www.chrono24.co.uk/breitling/ae ... 792449.htm


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