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Honouring Lettice Curtis, who was the first woman to qualify to fly a four-engine bomber.


    The 34mm chronometer-rated SOLO-34 collection is built using beautifully polished stainless steel and boasts two different dial designs. The LC line is named after Lettice Curtis, arguably the most remarkable female pilot of the Second World War who flew a wide range of military combat aircraft with the Air Transport Auxiliary and was the first woman to qualify to fly a four-engine bomber.

    The SOLO-34 LC is a timeless and elegant design with applied Roman numerals adorning the dial. The convex sapphire crystal is treated with nine layers of anti-reflective coating applied to both sides of the glass for increased legibility. The high standard of finish and attention to detail can be seen in the meticulous machining of the three-part cases which take considerable time and skill to apply.

    Bremont Chronometers Watches | Ladies | SOLO-34 SOLO-34 LC
    SOLO-34 LC White Bracelet

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    It is not completely unexpected to find that the world sets its time by Greenwich and not by Geneva. Whilst Geneva and Switzerland may be producing the vast majority of luxury wristwatches today, this certainly wasn’t always the case. In 1800 half of the world's watches, around 200,000 pieces a year, were produced on British shores by British watchmakers, which is an incredible statistic. Another wonderful statistic is that probably over 60-70% of the innovation in a modern day mechanical watch has come from Britain, including every major escapement design. Bremont's mission has always been to play a part in bringing back watchmaking to British shores.

    British Made

    Hand-built in England

    Every Bremont watch is hand-built by Bremont-trained assemblers in our Manufacturing & Technology Centre in Henley-on-Thames, the home of British watchmaking.