Bremont creates timepiece for The Watch Gallery

By Craig Heatly

The Watch Gallery has teamed up with Bremont to produce a special edition limited edition timepiece of which just 30 pieces will be available.

The Limited Edition Martin Baker MBII/TWG watch has a midnight blue coloured case barrel and the watch is the first from Bremont’s MB range to feature an open caseback, allowing the owner to view the interior mechanism. Each watch will be numbered.

The limited edition watch has a calfskin leather strap and comes with an additional NATO strap and a personal changing tool kit and is water resistant to 100m. Inside is an automatic chronometer movement with a 38 hour power reserve, day/date display at 3 o’ clock and luminescent coated hands.

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Giles English, co-founder of Bremont, said: "The Watch Gallery on London’s Fulham Road was the first retailer that Bremont opened back in 2007, therefore we are very excited to be collaborating with them on this limited edition timepiece as a celebration of the long standing partnership and the support they have shown our brand.” 

The Bremont MB collection is tested in collaboration with iconic British aviation company Martin-Baker bringing together each company’s skilful design and knowledge of materials. 

The Watch Gallery’s chairman David Coleridge said: “We’re extremely proud to be collaborating with Bremont on this limited edition MBII/TWG watch.

"The Watch Gallery is passionate about launching new brands and exclusive products on to the UK watch market and this is the first of many exclusives we have in the pipeline. Bremont is a hugely successful British luxury watch brand and as the UK’s largest independent specialist watch retailer, we are delighted to be partnering with them.” 


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