## Differences between the Chronomat and Navitimer

When **Breitling 1:1 replica watches** first introduced the slide rule bezel in Chronomat in 1942, it was not a completely innovative feature. The unique feature of the Breitling sliding ruler bezel is that the brand combines it with chronograph complications.

In addition, Navitimer’s slide rule bezel is called Type 52. These two types of slide rule bezels are in two different models. Compared with Navitimer and modern **Chronomat grade 1 replica watches**, the early Chronomat had different numbers or units on external and internal scales.

## Understanding the Slide-Rule Bezel

The sliding ruler bezel looks scary at first. It contains two logarithmic scales, an internal one and an external one. The **Expensive Replica Breitling Watch** outer scale rotates in both directions and the inner scale is fixed. Together, they can help the wearer perform various mathematical calculations.

So, for example, the numbers 25 and 250 are marked the same way on the slide rule bezel. Since this function lacks a decimal point, it is necessary to have a rough understanding of the answer when performing calculations.

Finally, because the **Exact Replica Breitling Watch** slide rule bezel consists of a logarithmic scale, the distance will be the same every time the number is doubled. Similarly, for example, the distance between 10 and 20 is the same as the distance between 20 and 40.

## How Pilot’s Might Use the Navitimer’s Slide-Rule Bezel

Pilots mainly use **Breitling Navitimer Replica **to calculate things such as speed and distance. This will help them track important factors such as flight time, fuel consumption or wind influence. First, the pilot needs to know the average amount of fuel used per hour and the flight time. Assume that the aircraft uses an average of 20 liters of fuel per hour and the flight time is three hours.

The pilot will rotate the external scale until the unit 20 is aligned with the hour mark at 12 o’clock. This will set the rate. The pilot will then position 18 on the internal scale to indicate 180 minutes or three hours.