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Faraday cage

A unique mechanism developed by Bremont consisting of a soft-iron housing in which the movement is cushioned, routing magnetic fields around the movement.


The Flyback function allows an ongoing time measurement to be interrupted and a new one to be started instantaneously by merely pressing a button. It combines three steps – stop, reset to zero and restart – into one. In chronographs without the Flyback function, these three steps must be executed consecutively. This function was originally invented in the early days of aviation. The concept behind the complex function dates back to the era when flight-deck crews still navigated with maps and watches and often had to react very quickly to suddenly occurring events.