Supplying and manufacturing some of the world’s most sought-after military luxury watch brands has not always been Bremont’s biggest dream. However, through the establishment of hundreds of partnerships, their reputation in the military has been improved, from the underwater customs clearance diving team to the high-altitude fighter squadron. Now, the British watchmaker claims that more than 25% of its business comes from the military. Over the past decade, their high-end, hand-made and hand-assembled watch collections have become increasingly popular and rooted in the Bremont brothers ’most successful partnership, including the collaboration of Nick and Giles English with Martin Baker. The legendary ejection seat manufacturer has deep connections with air forces around the world. For Bremont, this is a great opportunity to create its first squadron watch. Since then, 10 years of military cooperation have flourished, leading to the largest exclusive partnership to date-cooperation with the armed forces under the British Queens.
Although these three new Armed Forces watches were not purchased by the Ministry of Defence, they still carry the official badges of all three branches of HMAF-the Royal Navy, the British Army and the Royal Air Force. The series draws inspiration from the original “Dirty Dozen” watch, which was created for a series commissioned by the British Army for the Second World War. Each branch provided input for the design of the Bremont Armed Forces watch series-the Army developed the Broadsword, the Navy developed Argonaut, and the Royal Air Force developed the Arrow single-button chronograph.
The three timepieces that make up the Bremont Armed Forces watch series are undoubtedly for the taste of those who collect military-inspired works. Their rugged aesthetic style and wide and clear dial are wrapped in a confident steel house, which are just a few reasons why these watches are so admirable and popular. But they have also been fine-tuned and well-equipped to sit on the wrists of military personnel. These watches have strict waterproof performance, movements and high-performance specifications certified by the Observatory, to name a few examples.
The exclusive series of Bremont Armed Forces BROADSWORD timepieces have a scratch-resistant sapphire glass frame, green luminous paint on the dial hands and dial, and a fine brushed stainless steel case with 100 meters of water resistance. The striking black metal dial is also equipped with a date display hole at 3 o’clock, powered by the BE-95-2AV automatic winding movement, with a power reserve of 38 hours and a precision of -4 to +4 seconds per day. The copy Bremont Armed Forces Broadsword watch is mounted on a Bremont Khaki green canvas strap and is equipped with a stainless steel buckle to create a true military-inspired look.
The Bremont Armed Forces Argonaut watch combines a 300-meter waterproof compressor-type case with an internal rotating bezel. The smooth water-friendly design can meet any future challenges-its 42 mm case is accommodated by a push rod at 4 o’clock, which can be used on the internal rotating bezel for maximum use. Argonaut is a name inspired by Greek mythology, and is associated with the name of ships serving in the navy. The navy blue nautical canvas contrasts with the black metal dial, with green reliefs on the hands and hour markers. The BE-92AV self-winding movement certified by the Observatory has a precision of 24 to +6 seconds per day and a power reserve of 42 hours, ensuring all-weather precision. The calendar hole and the orange-decorated minute hand distinguish this Bremont military watch from any other previous design.
Finally, the Bremont Armed Forces Arrow watch is a single-button chronograph made of sturdy stainless steel to meet the needs of aircraft pilots. They need simple timekeeping functions and a clear and easy-to-read dial, while they can hover in the air. This 42 mm model features a smooth fixed bezel, a black metal dial, and prototype green luminous paint on the hands and index fingers. The scratch-resistant sapphire glass lens ensures direct sunlight is avoided when aiming at the dial, while the 100-meter waterproof steel case protects the BE-51AE automatic movement with a power reserve of up to 48 hours and an accuracy of -4. +6 seconds per day. A RAF blue canvas strap perfectly matches the appearance of this Bremont Armed Forces Arrow fake watches for sale.