• Bremont Supermarine S2000

    Air, sea and beyond Angus Davies provides an in-depth review of the Bremont Supermarine S2000, a watch with an impressive water resistance of 2000 metres, a sturdy case and highly legible dial.     Bremont was founded in 2002 by Nick and Giles English, two charismatic brothers who share a passion for flying. Inevitably the…

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  • Bremont ALT1-C Rose Gold

    A touch of the high life Angus Davies reviews the Bremont ALT1-C Rose Gold, a chronograph and COSC certified chronometer. This pilot’s watch is delivered in a sumptuous 18-carat gold that beguiles with its polished form.     Compared with some watch companies, Bremont is a relatively young brand, formed in 2002 by Nick and…

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  • Bremont U-2 Blue

    If only it was for keeps It is seldom that a watch I have originally not favoured would ensnare me so emphatically, purely by employing a different coloured dial. The Bremont U-2 Blue is the exception.     Often, when writing a watch review, I try to find a theme. A germ of an idea…

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  • Bremont MW Heli-Chrono

    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.   Bremont MW Heli-Chrono   I have shared my passion for flying before with “Escapement” readers and my…

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  • Bremont SOLO 37

    Diet Solo but with all the flavour 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…

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