In 2013, Breitling Replica finally introduced the Emergency II watch at Baselworld (I went hands-on with it here). The final product housed in an all-titanium case was wearable, but nevertheless quite large at 51mm wide. Still, Breitling Replica had delivered on its promise to itself to produce a new dual band version of the Emergency collection to satisfy the most current needs of professionals around the world who wanted the benefit of wearing a PLB (personal location beacon) that could save their life anywhere in the world. Even though the Breitling Replica Emergency II battery needs to be recharged, it can go a couple months between charges.
After originally obtaining permission to sell the initial Emergency watch in the United States in 2001, Breitling Replica succeeded in obtaining permissions to sell the Breitling Replica Emergency II in early June of 2015 after countless government meetings, lawyers, and consultants. The FCC order granting the waiver makes for an interesting read. One can easily glean that Breitling Replica needed to make a comprehensive case as to why the Breitling Replica Emergency II was not only a useful device, but a necessary and proven life-saving device.
While Breitling does not recommend going diving with the Emergency II, just about any other activity, however dangerous, is encouraged. Made for extreme situations the Breitling Emergency II is an actual life-safe. In the event of an emergency the antenna can be pulled out to send a signal to a low altitude satellite in space. The signal provides accurate and reliable distress data to the search and rescue agencies. After the rescue is completed the forever replica watches can be sent back to Breitling to be re-loaded and sent back to you free of charge.