From those first risky takeoffs to the birth of commercial air travel, the history of Breitling is inseparable from the history of flight. In the 1930s, Breitling’s Huit Aviation Department became famous after inventing precision clocks for aircraft cockpits. Two decades later, he also introduced a new flight instrument, but this time to be worn: the AVI Ref. 765. That innovative pilot’s watch provided the technical backdrop for today’s Super AVI, a collection inspired by the robust spirit of the first famous aircraft.