Modified calibre 13 1⁄4’’’ BE-50AE automatic chronometer with 42-hour minimum power reserve. Coated polished stainless steel case of Bremont Trip-Tick® construction. Water resistant to 10 ATM, 100 metres. Perforated black calf-leather racing strap with red stitch and a polished stainless steel pin buckle. Limited to 200 pieces.
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To celebrate the Norton V4, Bremont created a stunning timepiece, limited to 200 pieces. It combines numerals similar to the classic Norton typeface with gold chronograph borders, a gold Norton logo, and again housed in a beautifully polished Trip-Tick® three-piece case.
Modified calibre 13 1⁄4’’’ BE-50AE automatic chronometer fitted with Norton VR Rim inspired decorated rotor and 28 jewels, Glucydur balance, Anachron balance spring, Nivaflex 1 mainspring, Rated frequency of 28,800 A/h with 42-hour minimum power reserve.
Hour, minute and small second hands, with stop second function and date at 6H, adjusted via decorated crown. Chronograph function with sweeping centre second hands complimented with a 30-minute counter.
Coated polished stainless steel case of Bremont Trip-Tick® construction with scratch resistant DLC treated case barrel.
Case diameter 43mm, lug width 22mm, case thickness 16.5mm.
Polished stainless steel with integrated exhibition size flat sapphire crystal, fitted with 5 stainless steel screws with polished heads.
Silver special edition Norton metal dial with tachymeter dial ring and Super-LumiNova® coated numerals/markers. Polished nickel hands with Super-LumiNova®.
Domed curved anti-reflective, scratch resistant sapphire crystal.
10 ATM, 100 metres.
C.O.S.C chronometer tested.
C.O.S.C chronometer certified. Individually serial numbered with accompanying C.O.S.C certification.
It's inspiring that a British marque is making a serious return to the Isle of man TT, the world's most famous motorcycle road race, where it will be gunning for victory 110 years after winning the very first event, and the fact that the road bikes look virtually identical to the race machines really emphasizes the fact that Norton's success was built on its competition heritage. Bremont has a connection with the modern-day Norton marque which dates back to 2009 when it introduced the first, limited edition Norton chronograph which has since become a collector's item. Both the 2009 and 2017 models are pictured opposite.