Once again, Britannia rules the waves with the Bremont Victory
After vanquishing the skies, London based watch producer Bremont known for its flying pieces looks to the ocean. With the HMS Victory as the stage, Bremont dispatched the Victory watch on July 12. The watch Forbes magazine named, ” the coolest watch of 2012. “
Of course we previously enlightened you regarding Bremont and shared numerous insights concerning the scratch safe situation when we checked on the Bremont Supermarine 500 . The new Bremont Victory shares many case subtleties with any remaining Bremont watches, anyway directs Bremont to new waters as well…
The HMS Victory is the solitary eighteenth century transport in presence and the most seasoned commissioned warship on the job. After a significant update, the boat gave a wood square and copper bar with bits of both incorporated into each Victory watch. Bremont worked with the National Museum of the Royal Navy (Portsmouth) to get the boat’s materials and produce this restricted version, mechanical retrograde watch. The wood is obvious as a decorate working on this issue back, and the copper comprises a unique hand engraved copper PVD treated mid-case barrel. These watches and this boat are exceptional. Ruler Nelson who captained the HMS Victory at the 1805 skirmish of Trafalgar would be proud.
Giles Gould of The National Museum of the Royal Navy, “We take any relationship, for example, this genuinely and we must be exceptionally sure that the two HMS Victory and Nelson will be regarded accurately. We have never delivered unique wood/copper that is pretty much as old as this and we think what Bremont is building is an astounding accolade. Victory implies a great deal to us and the Navy and the reality a portion of the returns of the watches deals are going towards the safeguarding of the Ship all assistance save her for future generations.”
Besides material from the boat, the Victory watch flaunts a 43 mm steel or rose gold case. As an overhaul from eighteenth century chronometers, this watch has a BE-83AR chronograph development with retrograde seconds and retrograde date, a thirty-moment and twelve-hour counter and a 46 hour power save. No requirement for wind in the sails, rather this excellence is controlled by a three-legged Glucydur offset with Nivarox 1 origin at 28,800 bph. Warmed treated blued hands and an exemplary nautical section ring place this watch on an officer’s wrist at the ringing of the chimes or on the wrist of a cutting edge traveler looking past longitude for a legacy.
More information: look at the Bremont site , their official Facebook page or the Facebook page of their US representative, Mike Pearson (who offers heaps of photographs) .
This article was composed by Max Reddick, contributing essayist for Monochrome Watches .