D2 Bravo Pilot Watch – 5 Features


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Pilots and aviation enthusiasts love both the look and the exciting new features associated with our second generation GPS pilot watch – the D2 Bravo. Whether you’re flying your personal aircraft, riding the heavy iron with the airlines, or just cruising around at your local airshow, the D2 Bravo is perfect for you. While it could take a short novel to cover all the capabilities of this watch, we’ll take a brief look at 5 features that our customers are raving about.

1. New color GPS map

The D2 Bravo maintains the popular direct-to feature from the original D2 pilot watch. The D2 Bravo however now features a rich, color GPS moving map display in addition to the compass style display seen above. Punch in the airport identifier in the direct-to feature, and toggle between the view that suits you best!

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2. Keep track of time and distance

When will we get there? Ever wondered? D2 Bravo features a function with estimated time enroute, as well as the distance remaining to your destination.


3. Know your speed and altitude

Curious exactly how high you were on your last flight? With the push of a button, you can check your current altitude and speed.

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4. Get the current weather conditions at the airport

A brand new My METAR function allows you to check the weather at your local airport. This makes it easier to determine whether you should pull the airplane out to go flying, or maybe leave it safely tucked in the hangar.

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5. It’s an activity tracker too!

Even though it’s jam packed with aviation features, the D2 Bravo also keeps an eye on your health. With a built-in activity tracker, you can monitor how many steps you’ve taken, the total distance you’ve walked, and the total number of calories burned. It’s a great tool when you’re walking around at the local airshow.

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For more information about the D2 Bravo, be sure to check it out on our website here.

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