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Bremont’s Marine Clock

Inspired by John Harrison’s original Ships Chronometer Bremont is building a marine clock as a tribute to this great man. The clock will be made in England and has been designed in house with some unique features not normally found in clocks which include; three time zones, 30 day power…

The Descent, Limited to 407 Pieces

The Supermarine Descent Limited Edition is a stunning all black DLC coated marine watch due for release in June/July 2010. The Descent will be limited to 407 pieces; this is a tribute to the iconic British Supermarine S6B Schneider Trophy Seaplane which achieved a top speed of 407 in 1931…

VIDEO: Amazing real-life footage Mayday

Pilot: Andy Wilson Bremont Watch: ALT1-P/BK Aircraft: Yak-50 Location: Bothel, Cumbria Date of occurrence: 10 April 2010 Category: General Aviation – Fixed Wing Details: The aircraft was on a local flight from Carlisle Airport when the engine failed due to loss of oil pressure. The windscreen became partially obscured with…

Bremont Announced as Timing Partner for the Boat Race

The quintessentially British watch company Bremont is teaming up with one of the most uniquely British sporting events, the annual Xchanging Boat Race (formerly known as the Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race), to become first ever official timing partner at what has now become a major international sporting occasion.

Supermarine Descent Limited Edition Watch

Following on from the success that the company has had with the recent release of the Supermarine 500, Bremont are releasing the Limited Edition ‘Supermarine Descent’, an all black DLC coated marine watch.

Baselworld: The World Watch and Jewellery Show


The first viewings of the new limited edition Supermarine Descent and the new Bremont U-2 will take place this week in Basel. For enquiries about visiting Bremont or making an appointment, please contact us.

Bremont at the Winter Olympics 2010

Sir Matthew Pinsent, the four-time Olympic rowing gold medallist (at four consecutive Olympic games), and British Olympic downhill skier Graham Bell are both at the Vancouver Games wearing their respective Bremont watches. Sir Matthew can be seen below holding the Olympic torch wearing his Supermarine 500, last week. Both will…

Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton


Air Chief Marshal & ejectee Sir Stephen Dalton was recently presented with his Bremont MBI by James Martin and John Martin, joint Managing Directors of Martin-Baker. 

View Bremont film-clips in the video gallery, including recent live ejection test footage with Martin-Baker.

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