British watchmaker Bremont has revealed its three new additions to its portfolio for 2020.
These include the all-new Project Possible, plus the military aviation-inspired ALT1-C Griffon and ALT1-P2 Jet.
The first new timepiece, called the Project Possible, is named after the achievements of Bremont ambassador Nirmal Purja, who broke a mountaineering record by reaching the summit of Earth’s 14 tallest mountains, all over 8,000 metres, in six months and six days. The previous record was almost eight years.
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To celebrate this, Bremont is producing a 300-piece run of the Project Possible watch. The piece is a GMT version of Bremont’s 43mm S500 dive watch, and is made from titanium and bronze.
The watch is water-resistant to 500 meters and inside there is Bremont’s own BE-92-2AV self-winding mechanical movement, with 21 jewels and a power reserve of 42 hours, visible through a sapphire case back.
The Project Possible features a bronze unidirectional rotating bezel - a first for any Bremont watch - made from the Cusn8 bronze alloy.
Limited to 300 pieces worldwide, the Bremont Project Possible is priced at £4,995 and can be secured now with a £1,000 deposit.
Next up from Bremont’s new 2020 collection is the ALT1-C Griffon. This watch pays tribute to the specific Spitfire fighter aircraft operated by the father of Bremont’s sibling founders.
Priced at £4,995, the watch uses Bremont’s own BE-50AE automatic chronometer movement with a 42-hour power reserve, visible through the sapphire case back. The 43mm case is made from hardened stainless steel and is complimented by a brown leather strap. Water resistance is 100 metres.
The black dial houses a date complication at six o’clock and dual chronograph dials at the three and nine positions, operated with pusher buttons at two and four.
Finally, we have the stealthy ALT1-P2 Jet. This timepiece comes from a partnership between Bremont and Gravity Industries, producers of an Iron Man-style, jet-powered flying suit.
The £4,195 watch has an all-black steel case with matching strap lugs, buttons and crown. The dial is also black, and so too is the leather strap and buckle.
The dial itself features a date complication at the half-past-four position, sitting snugly between two of the three chronograph dials; the numerals and hands are inlaid with Super-LumiNova for nighttime legibility.
Inside the watch is powered by Bremont’s own BE-53AE automatic movement with 27 jewels and a lengthy 42-hour power reserve, viewable through a smoked sapphire case back. Water-resistance is 100 metres.