Just like cheap replica Breitling watches, the new website is the definition of elegance, combining timeless charm with outstanding functionality. Visitors are given the opportunity to glimpse the inner workings of the brand and discover the fascinating stories behind the different fake Breitling watch models. The website showcases the brand’s past while also looking to the future and keeping clients informed of the latest developments and product news.

The website’s intuitive structure and simple navigation guarantee an enjoyable browsing experience for every user, along with easy access to the information they need. But that’s not all: if you’re a fan of surprises, be sure to return to the site every once in a while, as Eterna will continue to add special, unique functions over the coming months.

The website’s star attractions are the timepieces themselves. Large product photos stir viewers’ emotions, inviting them to embark on their very own voyage of discovery through the collections and delve ever deeper into the world of Eterna. Visitors are guided through the stories behind the various model series, such as that of explorer Thor Heyerdahl’s bold expedition which gave the inimitable KonTiki line its name.

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Users looking for a targeted search function will love the handy watch finder. With just a few quick clicks, any visitor can find a watch to suit their tastes, preferences and requirements. This function provides easy access to all the technical information and product details for individual models. The website also features a handy search tool for finding retailers and service centres and a media database containing all manner of press material.

A further highlight is the newsletter, which Eterna will be using from now on to keep clients up to date with news from the brand, upcoming events and the latest trends in the art of watchmaking. The website will initially be available in German, English and French, with a Chinese, Italien and Spanish version due to follow later in the year and Japanese and Arabic in 2016.