Bremont are on a roll this week, as this latest Supermarine chronograph proves. It’s a stealth watch, a dive tool, and an impressive collectors piece too. Classic black/white colours, DLC coating and a rubber strap. Just a dab of red and gold here n there.
Beautiful see-thru caseback view as well, with that propellor type rotor hanging there to catch the eye. Yeah, only 200m depth resistance and you can get 300m with an Omega Seamaster 300m Co-Axial for less money. No chrono functions onthe Seamaster though.
Otherwise, this Bremont is hard to fault, so if you rarely venture further than 100m off the coast of Ibiza/Algarve/Thailand on holiday, then this will do the job.
Here’s the word from Bremont;
Since its launch in 2009, the Supermarine collection has gone from strength to strength. Its unique design and capabilities to withstand extreme conditions have not only been extensively tested out in the field by Bremont’s ambassadors but also numerous elite military squadrons and top dive units around the world.
In line with Bremont’s more technical Supermarine models, this new timepiece incorporates certain vital functions required for extreme diving, in particular the bi-directional rotating bezel and 200m water resistance.
The robust 43mm chronograph houses a chronometer rated movement complete with a 42 hour power reserve, all housed within a ‘Jet’ black DLC finished and robustly designed Trip-Tick® case.”
It retails at £5695 with a three year warranty. More here.