Watches are the most precise mechanical devices on the planet. Bremont aims to keep it that way.
Trip-Tick Construction +
Every Bremont watch in the collection uses Trip-Tick construction, which is their trademark three-piece design, allowing flexibility in both design and the materials used.
A trip-tick case consists of the following components:
1. The hardened steel bezel which contains the sapphire crystal
2. The central barrel which can consist of titanium or a DLC treated material
3. The steel and crystal case back
Bremont Roto-Click +
Designing Bremont watches from a clean sheet of paper is the perfect way for new technological advances to be born. The Roto-Click bezel is designed to rotate whilst gliding on a series of four ball bearings, creating a satisfying 'click' for each minute rotated as the bearings knit into the gearing of the bezel.
Bremont Anti-Shock +
Bremont design their watches to go beyond endurance, and so each wonderfully over-engineered feature came into existence to help the Bremont watch survive even the harshest of treatment. The Bremont Anti-Shock consists of a unique rubberised movement mount which encloses the inner workings. The mount is then connected to the outer case with a flexible ring which absorbs shocks and essentially allowing the inner case and movement to float in its protective casing.
Anti-Magnetic Faraday Cage +
Designed to withstand the detrimental effects of magnetism on a watch, the movements of several Bremont pieces are encased in a soft-iron Faraday cage. This serves to divert any potentially harmful magnetic fields around the movement.
Did you know: nine layers of anti-reflective treatment are applied to both sides of the sapphire crystals and B-EBE2000 hardening technology makes Bremont watch cases an average of seven times harder and more scratch-resistant that other brands.
Tested Beyond Endurance +
At Bremont, testing has become something of an obsession. Every single watch component is subjected to the most rigorous quality controls and is continuously tested for tolerances, strength, hardness and finish.
Once the movements have been constructed, every movement in the core range is independently chronometer tested (a test which takes 15 days) before being assembled in their hardened cases and checked, tested and regulated once again by the Bremont watch makers.
The watches are then put through a further testing programme to assess mechanical and visual quality, before a final check to assess accuracy, functionality, automatic winding and water resistance.
As if this wasn't enough, Bremont watches have been Tested Beyond Endurance by explorers, adventurers, extreme divers and the military.
Did you know: in 2013, Ben Saunders became the first person to re-trace and complete Scott's heroic but ill-fated Terra Nova expedition. Strapped to the outside of his snowsuit, his Bremont watch was his constant companion on his extraordinary 1,800 mile trek to the South Pole.