Bremont’s GMT watches provide a vital tool for today’s global travellers. Every Bremont GMT model features an additional hand that can be set to GMT or another time zone. A rotating bezel displaying the 24-hour clock allows you to monitor up to three time zones. First developed in the 1950s at the dawn of the jet age, the GMT watch enabled pilots to keep time easily when crossing multiple time zones. Today the world feels an even smaller place, and the GMT function remains every bit as popular. Also known as UTC (Universal Time Co-ordinated) or ‘Zulu’ time, Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is used as the standard international reference time for communications, military, maritime, aviation and other activities. Whatever you call it, with a Bremont GMT watch on your wrist, you always know what time it is elsewhere, wherever you happen to be.