Bremont has built a very close working relationship with the military. As a result, we develop bespoke mechanical chronometers that mirror the individual identities of squadrons based all over the world. It has allowed us to do something unlike any other luxury watch brand: create watches that not only reflect our values, but also those of individual units of the RAF and other forces.
If your Squadron is interested in talking to Bremont with the possibility of creating something unique, please call us or send an email.
This exciting military project sees Bremont produce a special watch for the Tailhook Association. The Tailhook Association is internationally recognized as the premier supporter of US Navy aircraft carriers and US Navy and Marine Corps Aviation in all forms. The new Bremont “Tailhooker” special military edition watch is a unique version of the Martin Baker MBIII including the Tailhook logo printed on the watch dial and second hand painted with Tailhook striping.
The Bremont SOLO/18 SQN project celebrates the centenary of the RAF 18 (B) Squadron, which was formed at Northolt on 11 May 1915 and has timelessly served its country and people. This unique and bespoke watch is based on the Bremont SOLO, the customised dial features the 18 (B) Squadron's red Pegasus along with their motto "Animo et fide" and is only available to current and former squadron members.
Working with F-15 “Eagle Driver” pilots for this exciting military project, Bremont designed a unique and bespoke watch based on the new Bremont Boeing Model 1. The Bremont “Eagle Driver” is inspired by the world-renowned Boeing F-15A-D Eagle, designated by many as the “World’s Greatest Air Superiority Fighter”, the watch dial incorporates the coveted “Eagle Driver” patch whilst on the back the bespoke rotor shows the classic F-15 air-to-air missile load.
Working with former F3 Tornado flyers, Bremont created a unique version of the MBII. When deciding on a watch to commemorate the service list of F3, the fastest interceptor in the world at low level which flew at twice the speed of sound, it was important to choose a model that was qualified to perform at similar extremes. The MBII was selected due to the unparalleled testing carried out during its development with Martin-Baker, pioneers of the ejection seats that protected F3 crews for 25 years.
In close coordination with pilots of the B-1 Lancer, also known as “The Bone”, Bremont creates an exclusive watch for aircraft commanders, copilots, and systems officers of the advanced Boeing B-1 bomber. This supersonic, variable-sweep wing, jet-powered strategic bomber can deploy anywhere in the world using the jet's long-range high-altitude Mach 1.25 capability, and can then quickly transition to low-level penetration. The watch dial highlights the plane and its unique variable geometry capability with wings that can sweep from 15 degrees full forward to 67.5 degrees full sweep....
This exciting military project sees Bremont produce a special watch for the Royal Navy Submarine Service. The Bremont RNS watch is exclusively available to Submariners, who can be deployed for many months at a time without seeing either daylight or their loved ones. They undergo a rigorous training programme ensuring that every one of them understands the complex workings of the Submarine thus becoming integral to the safety of their shipmates and earning themselves the “Dolphins” badge. TheBremont RNS timepiece is based on our MB model which undergoes it’s own rigorous testing....
Working with the pilots of the Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker, Bremont designed a unique watch based on the ALT1-Z, a popular choice for military personnel. The Bremont KC-135 watch was built exclusively forthe pilots, navigators and boom operators of the Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker which is a military aerial refuelling aircraft. These skilled men and women are trained to be in position anywhere in the world to provide fuel as required to almost any aircraft in the U.S. inventory.
The Westland Sea King first flew in May 1969 and continues to serve with the Royal Navy and Royal Air Force until its planned retirement in 2016. This sturdy helicopter has carried out almost every role possible in its lifetime from Anti-Submarine Warfare and Aerial Surveillance to Troop Carrying and Search And Rescue. The Bremont Sea King timepiece, which is based on Bremont’s ALT1-C and is only available to serving and retired pilots, is limited to 180 pieces which is the same number of Sea King helicopters built by Westland.
The Bremont Royal Marines Commando commemorates an incredible 350 years of history, once described by Churchill as “...long, rough and glorious...”. The style is that of a classic diver’s watch to provide excellent legibility and a 120 click uni-directional bezel all with high luminance. Limited to just 350 timepieces and exclusive to serving and retired Royal Marines. Built to the rugged but exacting standards that have become the hallmark of Bremont timepieces.
The Bremont B-2 Chronograph was produced for the elite aircrew of the Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit. This American strategic bomber, with a two-man crew, is the only aircraft able to carry large air-to-surface standoff weapons in a stealth configuration. Designed in conjunction with the Squadron, the Bremont B-2 Chronograph is based on the ALT1-Z. Its DLC coated bezel and blacked-out features represent the B-2 - also known as the Stealth Bomber.
The Apache-inspired GMT Chronograph was developed with 3 Regiment Army Air Corp, based at Wattisham, UK. The 3AAC provides the offensive air elements of the 16th Air Assault Brigade. This watch was developed for aircrew who had commanded in at least two tours of Afghanistan.
Bremont supplies watches to a number of carrier-based squadrons. The US Navy Strike Fighter Squadron 81 - also known as the 'Sunliners' - flies Super Hornets out of the Naval Air Station, Oceana. This modified MBII watch was developed in close association with the aircrew.
The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress is a long-range, subsonic, jet-powered strategic bomber carrying up to 70,000 pounds (32,000 kg) of weapons. Designed and built by Boeing, it has been flown by the USAF since the 1950s. The B-52 Squadron chose to customise the Bremont ALT1-Z for its exclusive timepiece, a very popular model with the military, aviators and world-travellers alike thanks to its 24hr UTC function.
Bremont worked very closely with military C-17 aircrew to design a world timer chronograph. The 'Globemaster' lists the Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) identifiers representing C-17 landing locations in all 24 time zones. It can also show UTC time through its adjustable 24-hour hand.
The Bremont U-2 was created exclusively for, and tested extensively by, the 9th Reconnaissance wing at Beale Air-force Base, CA. Based on the Bremont MB, it was designed in association with British ejection seat manufacturer Martin-Baker to cope the demanding conditions experienced by this elite group of pilots: it functions up at 100,000ft at -40 degrees Celsius.
Bremont supplies the United States Naval Test Pilot School (USNTPS) with a modified ALT1-Z GMT chronograph. Located at Patuxent River, Maryland, the USNTPS instructs experienced US Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force experimental test pilots.