Bremont Unveils British-Made Movement, New Longitude Collection

Bremont Longitude Collection

British watch brand Bremont changes the English watchmaking landscape with an in-house made movement, fully assembled in its new workshops on its Henley-on-Thames location – marking the long-awaited return of serially produced British watches. The movement is housed in the new Longitude collection of watches, made in the new Manufacturing and Technology center, called The…

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British Brands Bremont And Rolls-Royce Team Up, Meet The IonBird Watch

Bremont, Rolls-Royce, ionBird

By Gordon Henderson Aviation is a core strand of the DNA of horology. Many pieces from a host of houses have drawn historical design elements and functional complications from aeronautical roots. The question now is how does the future look and how will flight change to meet the sustainability needs of tomorrow? From a horological…

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What Bremont’s New MBII Configurator Can Do For You

Bremont Configurator MBII

  The configurator.  One of the first brands to offer this concept was Armin Strom — and that was several years ago. Initially, some buyers were reluctant to go on line and decide on the options they wanted in their newest watch, but that has begun to change. As such, a few more brands are…

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Video: Hands On With The Bremont H-4 Hercules Limited Edition Watch

Howard Hughes, H-4 Hercules, Bremont

British brand Bremont continues to make British watchmaking history …. and general watchmaking history, as well. This brand regularly unveils chronometer watches of new and different magnitudes, creating pieces for military around the world, pieces sold only to those who have ejected from a Martin-Baker ejection seat, and more. The brand is also well known…

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Bremont Project Possible, A Climbing Feat To Break World Records, Nears Final Stages

Bremont Project Possible

British watch brand Bremont, a brand that is changing the concept of British watchmaking today, has been the quiet sponsor of an incredible attempt to climb the 14 highest mountains on Earth all within just seven months. Heretofore, the record for climbing these   8,000-meter-plus mountains in the Himalayas is 7 years, 11 months and…

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Go Behind The Scenes: Martin-Baker Ejection Seats And Bremont

 It’s a powerful team: British watch brand Bremont and British aviation company, Martin-Baker, responsible for supplying the majority of the western world’s Air forces with fighter ejection seats. The two companies teamed up 10 years ago at the request of Andrew Martin, Vice President of Business development for Martin-Baker and the great-grandson of the founder…

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