Bremont has launched their collection of 2022 novelties from the Townhouse at The Wing.
“The Wing’ is a 35,000 sq ft purpose-built state-of-the-art mechanical watch manufacturing centre enabling the full machining and manufacturing of Bremont’s watches.
Bremont is an award-winning British luxury watch brand, manufacturing mechanical watches in Henley-on-Thames, England. Bremont is making a considerable investment with its UK watchmaking and manufacturing and in 2021 opened The Bremont Manufacturing & Technology Centre, a new state-of-the-art 35,000 sq ft purpose-built mechanical watch manufacturing centre enabling the full machining and manufacturing of Bremont’s watches. Co-Founded by brothers Nick & Giles English in 2002, Bremont has made a substantial impact on the watchmaking industry in a very short period of time.
Bremont's novelties present contemporary and notably refined takes on some of the brand's most iconic designs, with commemorative and collaborative timepieces included in the mix.
Drawing upon respective British heritages and specialising in precision engineering, Bremont and Williams Racing build on a truly iconic British partnership with the release of the ‘Bremont WR-22’ ahead of the 2022 F1 season.
In line with Bremont's history and core values, their 2022 novelty release includes three divers models.
The Argonaut Bronze
The Argonaut Bronze joins the armed forces collection in partnership with Britain's Ministry of Defence. The Argonaut is specifically dedicated to the Navy. Considered a ‘marine metal’, bronze is entrenched in naval heritage, perfectly aligning it with this particular model.
The S502 and the Supermarine Chrono Jet
Inspired by the military night operations, Bremont has released the S502 Jet a the Supermarine Chrono Jet.
The Descent II
Bremont has brought back the ‘Descent’ with the release of the Supermarine Descent II, a striking new addition to the renowned Supermarine 500 collection.
As part of its partnership with Britain’s Ministry of Defence, Bremont has chosen to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Lancaster Bomber first seeing service in 1942, and the subsequent Dambusters Raid in 1943, paying tribute to this iconic Second World War aircraft and courageous mission with the release of a new Limited Edition.
The Airco Mach 1 Jet
The introduction of the Airco Mach 1 Jet offers a contemporary refresh of one of Bremont’s most traditional pilot’s watch designs.