Bremont fake this week released the latest model of its ever-increasing Armed Forces collection, launching three bronze cases of Broadsword watches. The Broadsword bronze watch model uses the British original watchmaker Broadsword steel as the design basis, and the fashionable metal is paired with three different dial colors, which is the first step for the British watchmaker to make the bronze watch industry.
The original broad sword (pictured below) is a contemporary representation of the “Dirty Dozen” watch made by Bremont during World War I, which was commissioned for the British Army during World War II A series of timepieces, subsequently produced by 12 different brands. Broadsword’s design influence is integrated into the large-scale narrative of the brand’s Armed Forces series, which aims to celebrate Bremont’s British military inspiration and men and women in service. Since its establishment in 2002, Bremont has even established a formal relationship with the British military and established a formal partnership with the British Ministry of Defense (MoD), and produced the armed forces series in 2019.
With the sturdy Broadsword bronze model, Bremont puts forward an interesting improvisation on the configuration of the historical site table. Although bronze is undoubtedly one of the most popular materials in the watchmaking industry today, Bremen has intentionally used it here on the grounds that “the material has a long history in the military field and is widely used due to its high corrosion resistance to salt water. For naval engineering. “The three dial colors available are: dark brown “tobacco”, blue “Sotek” and gray “Slate”.
This watch uses a 40mm brushed bronze case with a powerful and practical appearance, with thick and slightly faceted lugs on the top and bottom, and a large onion-shaped screw-in crown on the right. The domed sapphire crystal is fixed by a brushed-finish bezel. This model pays special attention to the desire of many collectors, namely the less than ideal polished surface that is sometimes seen on live watches. Overall, the case provides the watches on discount with a look that many enthusiasts prefer in field watches, and the brand is backed by a useful 100-meter water resistance rating.
Below the crystal, we find a dial inspired by “Dirty Dozen”, with a curved outer minute ring for each hour, engraved with a dot, and Arabic numerals printed in the depth of the hour until three It was broken at o’clock. Small date window. The last distinguishing feature visible on the dial is the small seconds dial towards the bottom of the dial. Bronze hands are used both for this sub-dial and for retro-style mobile phones.
Breton’s BE-95-2AV self-winding movement is a movement in the new Broadsword bronze, which is COSC certified and has a 38-hour power reserve. The movement is protected on a case with a solid steel back cover. The back cover is engraved with the three military branch logos of the United Kingdom and marked with the words “approved under British je” to refer to the brand and the military. Continuous cooperation between.