The Bremont MW Heli-chrono, based on Bremont’s ALT1-P Chronograph range, adds to what is already a superlative range of aviation timepieces. It is a limited edition of only fifty and is proving to be much sought after.
As I looked at the new Bremont SOLO 37, the model made perfect sense to me. The SOLO was launched earlier this year. Its 43 mm case looks mightily handsome on my wrist and indeed many “average” males. But, what if you are of smaller physical stature? Well, the SOLO 37 may well be for you.
Bremont has produced a masculine watch in collaboration with Norton motorcycles. The two quintessentially British brands are exemplars of craftsmanship and engineering. This timepiece is the pleasing outcome of their joint efforts.
Now there is a rare, limited edition Bremont MBII/TWG sold exclusively by The Watch Gallery, which harnesses all the wonderful aspects of the regular Bremont MBII and yet offers greater scarcity that even the Bremont MBI. Angus Davies reviews this pilot’s watch with its gorgeous blue caseband.
Bremont is a watch company with “adventure” at the heart of its brand DNA. It therefore seems fitting that it now offers the Bremont World Timer ALT1-WT, a timepiece ideally equipped for the intrepid expolorer.