HMS Victory is the only remaining 18th Century ship anywhere in the world and remains the oldest serving warship still to be in commission, and is the flagship of the Second Sea Lord. Launched in 1765, she is most famous as Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. With the blessing of the National Museum of the Royal Navy, Bremont is producing a totally unique watch that will include parts of oak timber and copper from the original ship to commemorate Nelson and the ship itself. Part of the proceeds of each watch will go towards the ship's restoration.
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BE-83AR chronograph with retrograde seconds and retrograde date. Diameter 13 1/4”, height 7.90mm, 39 Jewels, three-legged Glucydur balance with Nivarox 1 mainspring 28,800 bph. Incabloc shock protection and 46 hour power reserve. Perlage and blued screwed decoration with hand crafted stainless steel and copper rotor.
Sweep hours, minutes, retrograde seconds, retrograde date, sweep chronograph seconds, 30-minute counter and 12-hour counter.
Stainless steel or 18 carat rose gold Bremont Trip Tick® case construction with original hand engraved copper PVD treated inner barrel (material from HMS Victory). Case diameter 43mm, lug width 22mm and case thickness 17mm.
Stainless steel or 18 carat rose gold case back with integrated hand etched sapphire crystal. Case back inlaid with original oak from HMS Victory.
Etched metal dial with off-white ground colours and treated steel hands.
Domed anti-reflective, scratch resistant sapphire crystal.
Water resistant to 10ATM, 100 metres.
Louisiana crocodile leather with pin buckle.
Stainless Steel limited to 250
Rose Gold limited to 40