Designed for Pilots, by Pilots
A custom aviation-tailored feature set differentiates D2 Bravo Titanium from other
aviator watches on the market. For example, D2 Bravo Titanium incorporates a
worldwide airport database and support for up to 18 languages to meet the needs
of pilots around the globe. When paired with a compatible smartphone, pilots can
view aviation routine weather reports (METARs) and Terminal Aerodrome Forecasts
(TAFs) in plain language, which are color-coded to indicate visual or instrument
meteorological conditions (IMC). The D2 Bravo Titanium features the option to
create flight plans, and includes both an altimeter with an adjustable barometric
setting and a compass with an HSI and moving map. Dedicated Direct-to and Nearest
buttons along the side of the bezel allow for immediate navigation commands.
Similar to Garmin portables, customizable data fields include Estimated Time Enroute
(ETE), Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) and more, so customers can easily monitor
the progress of their flights at a glance.
D2 Bravo Titanium pilot watch provides a preset oxygen reminder based on barometric altitude when operating at
or above 12,500 feet. This also serves as a valuable back up cabin pressure monitor in pressurized aircraft. Pilotselectable
altitude alerting also notifies pilots when they reach or leave a preselected altitude. Additionally,
D2 Bravo Titanium provides the option to set up supplementary vibrating alerts to serve as a reminder to perform
time-sensitive operations such as switching fuel tanks in-flight.