“Retrograde” is featured on the Bremont Victory and sweeps a segment of a circle before springing back to the initial position to begin the movement again.
Abraham-Louis Breguet used this type of retrograde mechanism in the late eighteenth century for functions such as the date or an equation of time. The Bremont Victory includes this complication and provides an aesthetically pleasing feature to any watch enthusiast.
Patented rotating bi-directional Roto-Click® inner bezel is an innovatively engineered ball-locking system containing a number of ball bearings that positions the bezel accurately for improved visibility.
The oscillating mass which moves and turns freely about its axis in an automatic watch. The rotor winds up the mainspring as it swings. A clutch prevents the rotor from over-winding the mainspring