Weekly Watch Photo – Bremont Victory
Beautiful photographs of a lovely watch, that’s the fundamental fixing and sole purpose behind distributing these arrangement of articles. Anyway today I’ve got an additional motivation to distribute these shocking photographs of Bremont’s most recent creation, the Victory, that we previously covered half a month prior .
Last week, in my article about the Bremont North Sea SM500 , I expressed that ALT1TUDE is Bremont’s official discussion and that’s not the situation. My slip-up, so this post is (in any event halfway) an amendment. For the rest I recommend you appreciate the ravishing photographs, again made by ALT1TUDE’s administrator Piers Berry, who turns out to be a gigantic ally of Bremont…. as are we!
I surmise that you definitely think about the two retrograde hands on the Bremont Victory, one to show the date (above) and one retrograde seconds hand (see video underneath). On video it’s obviously a lot simpler (and quicker) to show the retrograde seconds hand and here’s how it functions: the seconds hand sign goes from zero to 30, it rises, and when it arrives at 30 at the top, it quickly drops to the base and begins to climb again.
The focal hour and moment hand do precisely what one may expect, for example demonstrating the hours and minutes. There’s additionally a focal seconds hand, which is the chronograph seconds hand and it just pursues it’s been enacted by the upper chronograph pusher.
At the 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock are the two chronograph counters, a 30-minute counter and a 12-hours counter. The seconds are shown in red numerals (like clockwork) and a red triangle at 12 o’clock, on the encompassing edge of the dial, upheld by a rail-track to demonstrate each second.
The Victory has huge loads of delightful and fascinating subtleties. Whether it be the word “London” on the 12-Hour counter on the dial, the unpretentious text style of the numerals, the beautiful ‘union’ formed crown or the shocking mid-case barrel created from copper from HMS Victory.
…or some of HMS Victory’s oak wood that is obvious through its sapphire precious stone case back…
The sapphire precious stone is hand-scratched and together with the engraved steel/copper rotor portrays the HMS Victory’s peak. The solitary bummer is that it’s restricted to only 250 pieces in hardened steel and 40 pieces dressed in rose gold.
For more photographs, information and an extraordinary conversation stage, head over to ALT1TUDE . ALT1TUDE is controlled by Piers Berry entirely autonomously yet on the side of the brand. Piers’s posts, photographs, conclusions and so forth are altogether his own, he incidentally turns out to be a gigantic ally of Bremont.
This article is composed by Frank Geelen, chief editorial manager for Monochrome Watches .