Now available for purchase by mere mortals comes the Bremont ALT1-B2 watch, a civilian version of a timepiece originally developed with and for the B2 Squadron. Unsurprisingly Bremont had some very positive reactions when details and images of the Bremont B2 were unveiled last year, and its unattainable status left many fans wanting. The [...]Read More
Here’s a new Bremont timepiece from Messrs. English – the Bremont Solo-37, a slightly scaled down edition of the oh-so-classically styled Pilot’s timekeeper, the Solo. Bremont fans may already be aware that the brand’s founders have yet to put a wrong foot forward in their watchmaking adventure thus far – and although the Solo-37 may, [...]Read More
Bremont add and expand their Supermarine collection with a new piece, the Bremont Supermarine 2000. All Bremont timepieces are tough, reliable and durable, all Bremont timepieces are well designed – all Bremont timepieces are usable, readable and really quite dapper. I know of no-one in the industry who do not rate this youthful watch [...]Read More
It hasn’t been released yet, it hasn’t even been perfected yet, but the Bremont Victory Watch will be built using original parts from HMS Victory. Yes the Bremont Boys have some genuine wood and copper from Nelson’s Flagship and they aren’t afraid to use it – but the question remains… how did they manage [...]Read More
New for 2012 is the Bremont ALT-1 WT, the brand’s first World Timer watch. When a watch company describes its new watch as “wonderfully over-engineered” you just know it will be something special…. and the Bremont boys know a thing or two about engineering. In just ten years they’ve built a portfolio of [...]Read More
Bremont and Ronnie Wood have been working together and the result is a richly decorated limited edition Bremont B1 Marine clock. It’s not often the Watch Press have the opportunity to comment on clocks, but this is one that we cannot ignore. Ronnie Wood, gutsey, bluesy guitar player with the Rolling Stones, [...]Read More
The Bremont C-17 Special Edition Squadron watch is indeed a special watch. Mere mortals cannot purchase it. The piece is available only to pilots and ground crew of the indomitable C-17 Globemaster 3 used by the RAF, the Royal Australian Air Force and the Air Forces of Canada and Quatar for the airlift of [...]Read More
The pilot’s watch, once an essential piece of kit must above all be functional. A clear dial, sturdy case, guaranteed accuracy – no frills just the basics. The Bremont Watch Company was founded in 2002 by Nick and Giles English, two brothers with a heritage of historic aircraft and a love for all things mechanical [...]Read More
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Farewell Baselworld 2013. It’s Been A Blast.
Hours before the doors to the Baselworld exhibition opened each morning over the past week, the people who would spend the following nine hours welcoming buyers, browsers, celebrities, journalists and assorted others who make Baselworld ...read more
Glashütte Original Senator Chronometer Regulator
The distinctive Regulator pendulum clock dial, once used for precise time measurement in industry and science is one which transfers its functionality to great effect for that of a wristwatch. A fine example of such ...read more
Alpina Nail It With A New Heritage Pilot Chronograph.
The re-creation of historical timepieces is something which Alpina accomplish with aplomb. In celebration of the company's 130th anniversary, this is the Alpina 130 Heritage Pilot Chronograph. ...read more