Brilliantly British watches, Bremont watches take their inspiration from the brand’s roots in aviation. Crafting adventure-ready watches for the most extreme conditions, Bremont watches are durable, high-quality, and always sophisticated.

Bremont Altitude Watches

Watches that endure the highest altitudes, the Altitude collection hones a passion for aviation and technical engineering.

Shop Bremont Altitude watches from £3,295 or £91.53 per month*.

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Bremont Supermarine Watches

Diver’s watches that are refined and sophisticated, the Supermarine collection offers the highest performance at every depth.

Shop Bremont Supermarine from £3,250 or £90.28 per month*.

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Inspired by original military pocket watches, the Terra Nova collection is built to withstand the rigours of everyday adventures.

Shop Bremont Terra Nova watches from £2,750 or £76.39 per month*.

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Limited Edition Supermarine Ocean Automatic Watch

Limited Edition Supermarine Ocean Automatic Watch

  • £3,450
Bremont Supernova

The Supernova is Bremont's first integrated bracelet design crafted by Bremont's in-house engineers featuring a hardened top bezel, anti-shock technology and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal.

Bremont Armed Forces

Approved by the Armed Forces, these timepieces are inspired by traditional models that were crafted for combat.

Bremont Motorsport

Paying tribute to legends in the world of motorsports, these watches offer intricate movements with exceptional detailing.

Bremont Free Gift With Purchase
Receive a free gift card worth up to £350 when you purchase a Bremont watch

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Spend £2,000 - £4,999 for a £250 gift card, or spend over £5,000 and get a £350 gift card.

Why Choose Beaverbrooks?

We’re here to help you find a Bremont watch to treasure, and our friendly experts are on-hand to help, advise, and answer any questions you may have both online and in-store. With many different Bremont watches and collections to explore, find your new Bremont watch at Beaverbrooks.

We have 7 Bremont watch stockists nationwide

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Experts in Luxury Watches

“A brand that combines expert British engineering with aviation principles and meticulous construction, Bremont is dedicated to manufacturing timepieces ready for adventure. Bremont watches are tested to the extreme and trusted by professionals.”

Bruce, Head of Luxury Brands.

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We understand that you may not know where to start when buying a Bremont watch and you may have lots of questions on what to look for. If you need a little extra help or advise and can’t get into store, call us on 0800 169 2329, talk to us via live chat or send us an email using our online form.

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Bremont watches with £0 deposit

With up to 3 years interest free credit, shop Bremont watches from as little as £80.42 per month.

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Find the perfect Bremont watch with Beaverbrooks today

Our in-store and online experts can’t wait to find you the perfect Bremont watch. For all you need to know about Bremont collections, and the different features and functions of each watch, enter the world of luxury Bremont watches and find one that’s tailored to you. Book an appointment at your nearest store or start a live chat.

Meet Bremont's Brand Ambassadors
Erling Haaland
Jason Fox

Jason Fox is an adventurer and former member of the UK Special Forces, seen on screen on SAS Who Dares Wins and SAS World’s Toughest Test. He has planned and led many special operations, and his dedication and adventurous spirit is what helped him climb the ranks. Jason Fox relies on his Bremont Supermarine Chrono Jet to accompany him through his challenges.

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Charlize Theron
Ocean Ramsey & Juan Oliphant

World renowned marine conservationists Ocean Ramsey and Juan Oliphant are Bremont brand ambassadors, based in Hawaii. Marine biologist and professional free diver Ocean and award-winning photographer and videographer Juan rely on their Supermarine Ocean watch for their aquatic adventures.

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Mark Strong
Mark Strong

Renowned British actor Mark Strong is a long-standing friend of Bremont, and in 2022, became a brand ambassador. With impeccable style and playing thrilling characters, Mark was a natural fit for Bremont watches. Mark relies on his Bremont Supernova to catch every beat of his action-packed lifestyle.

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Why Choose A Bremont Watch?

Determined to bring watchmaking back to British shores, Bremont watches are produced at their headquarters in Henley-on-Thames in South Oxfordshire. All their key movement and case components are assembled and finished here.

Every single Bremont watch component is subjected to the most rigorous quality controls and is continuously tested for tolerances, strength, hardness and finish. Bremont watches have been Tested Beyond Endurance by explorers, adventurers, extreme divers and the military.

Every Bremont watch is chronometer tested, and every watch in Bremont's core collection is certified to the ISO3159 standard. Only movements or watches that meet the accuracy requirements of this standard receive an official chronometer certificate.

Approved by His Majesty’s Armed Forces, Bremont watches are partnered with the Ministry of Defence. Bremont are the only luxury watch producer allowed to use signs, symbols and Heraldic Badges of all three services.

Forming the very DNA of the brand, the love of aviation and its uncompromising demands are evident in every Bremont watch. Constructed to withstand the rigors of high altitude or undersea depths, Bremont's watches adorn the wrists of combat personnel worldwide.

Bremont FAQs

Bremont watches are chronometer tested, meaning they’re crafted to uphold their precision and accuracy, even in challenging environments. Bremont watches are constructed with superior materials, so they will typically hold their value due to their quality. Also, the limited editions timepieces, and Bremont watches showcasing symbols of the Ministry of Defence could make them appealing to collectors, meaning Bremont watches are a good investment.

If your Bremont watch has a screw-down crown, you must unscrew it to be able to wind your watch. To do this, turn the crown anti-clockwise until you hear a small click. Your Bremont watch is now in the winding position. If your Bremont watch has a pull-out crown, it is already in the winding position. To wind your watch, rotate the crown in a clockwise position until you feel a resistance, this means your Bremont watch is fully wound.

Bremont watches are considered to be luxury. This is because the timepieces are COSC-certified, so they are beautifully engineered to the highest quality by artisans. Although Bremont watches are not Swiss timepieces, the brand still subject their watches to rigorous testing and have meticulously crafted movements. Bremont watches are constructed in limited numbers by expert watchmakers in England, and the price point of Bremont watches is determined because of their renowned quality and use of cutting edge materials. Bremont watches are luxury because of their standards of accuracy and precision, and also because of the longevity that the timepieces offer.

Bremont are proud to be British watchmakers. Founded by brothers Nick and Giles English, Bremont have been a hallmark brand in luxury British watchmaking since its beginning in 2002. Bremont’s headquarters is located in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, and the home of Bremont watches is even open to the public. Bremont watches take their inspiration from many British aviation and engineering principles, and the brand often partner with other big names in the world of British manufacturing, such as Martin Baker, and Jaguar.

Bremont watches was founded by brothers Nick and Giles English in 2002. Inheriting a passion for aviation and engineering from their father, Euan, the brothers decided to pursue their love for engineering beautifully crafted mechanical devices. As well as helping their father to build aircrafts, Nick and Giles spent much of their childhood restoring other mechanical devices. Establishing Bremont watches in 2002, the brand is still owned by Nick and Giles English today.

Although Bremont watches are crafted with high levels of resilience, it’s still important to care for it properly. Your Bremont watch comes with a three year warranty, and we also offer maintenance services in-store to ensure that it upholds the best condition possible. To ensure your Bremont watch upholds its exceptional performance there are a few things you can do:

  • Ensure the crown of your Bremont watch is pushed in to prevent water from entering the mechanism.
  • Wash your Bremont watch with freshwater after exposure to seawater or solvents to avoid corrosion and damage.
  • Avoid contact between your Bremont watch and electrical equipment and strong magnets.
  • Keep your Bremont watch in contact with your wrist to reduce the exposure to extreme temperatures.

Bremont watches have many partners and ambassadors from many different backgrounds and areas of expertise. Jason Fox, a former member of the UK Special Forces, Aldo Kane, a former Royal Marines Commando, and Mark Strong, a renowned British actor are all ambassadors of Bremont watches, amongst many more.

Bremont and Aviation

Flying across France in their 1930s biplane in the late 1990s, a rough-running engine and adverse weather conditions forced Nick and Giles to make an emergency landing in a field. Keen to avoid the French authorities, the brothers gratefully accepted the help of the farmer who owned the field, who invited them to hide their plane in his barn and to stay in his home. Nick and Giles promised that his generous hospitality would never be forgotten. His name? Antoine Bremont.