29 South Audley St , London W1K 2PE United Kingdom Telephone: +44 (0)20 7493 5150
CHRISTMAS 2022 Sat 10th Dec: 10am-6pm Sun 11th Dec: 11am-4pm Thu 15th Dec: 10am-7pm Sat 17th Dec: 10am-6pm Sun 18th Dec: 11am-4pm Mon 19th Dec-Fri 23rd Dec: 10am-7pm Sat 24th Dec: 10am-3pm Sun 25th Dec-Tue 27th Dec: closed Wed 28th Dec-Fri 30th Dec: 10am-6pm Sat 31st Dec: 10am-3pm Sun 1st Jan-Mon 2nd Jan: closed Reopens 3rd Jan: normal opening hours STANDARD HOURS Monday: 10am - 6pm Tuesday: 10am - 6pm Wednesday: 10am - 6pm Thursday: 10am - 6pm Friday: 10am - 6pm Saturday: 10am - 5pm Sunday: Closed
We look forward to welcoming you back to our boutique, we’re here and also able to provide a personal service virtually, through live chat.
In addition, we are available to offer a consultation through a video call. To arrange a convenient appointment please contact us.
Our highly trained Bremont staff are experts in the workings of each watch as well as the stories behind them and would be pleased to guide you through any queries that you might have. We are currently able to process any sales remotely and purchases can also be made on www.bremont.com. Should you wish to choose our Click & Collect service we would be happy to book an appointment for you.
All phone numbers and email addresses are active and we are always here to help.
We’re thrilled to be able to offer you a FREE Concierge Delivery Service by a Bremont boutique specialist, who will be available to hand-deliver your Bremont watch to your chosen address within the Greater London Area.
Please note; we offer interest Free Credit finance with V12 and to find out more about our services, please call us on 0207 493 5150
In July 2012 we opened our first flagship Boutique in the heart of London's luxury quarter, Mayfair, joining an impressive line-up of high-end brands. Our boutique showcases the Bremont collections, as well as encompassing the heritage of Bremont. The inviting British setting ensures a calm and relaxing place to view our extensive watch collections.
To quote Churchill “The English know how to make the best of things. Their so-called muddling through is simply skill at dealing with the inevitable.”