Movement : Automatic Bremont Cal. 11 ¼’’’ BE-93-2AV
Age : 2021/2030
Specific Age : August 2021
Case Size : 43mm
Case Thickness : 16mm
Lug to Lug : 50.5mm
Lugs : 22mm
Condition : Pre-Owned
Box & Papers : Box & Papers
Case Material : Titanium
Warranty : 12-Months Warranty
The wrist model's wrist size is 7inch
Points of Mention
This watch is sold with its Original Bremont Box & Bremont Paperwork. The watch comes paired with a 22mm Bremont vintage-style leather strap and signed buckle, an additional 22mm Bremont blue rubber strap is provided in the box. The watch is from August 2021 and is in worn condition but overall in very fair condition as you can see from the photographs. The watch comes with our 12-Months Warranty.
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Here we have a 2021 Bremont Project Possible Limited Edition of 300 created to celebrate one man's incredible achievements in 2019, Bremont Ambassador Nirmal ‘Nims’ Purja MBE, a retired Gurkha took on the challenge to conquer 14 of Earth's highest mountains, each towering over 8,000m in less than 7 months. The previous record of almost 8 years was totally smashed while breaking 6 more records at the same time, a true test of humans' ability to do extraordinary feats of endurance and dedication. Its 43mm case is made from Grade 6-4 Titanium with Bremonts innovative Trip-Tick construction, its case has a rubber sandwich construction making it resistant to extreme external conditions coated in scratch-resistant black DLC. An automatic Helium valve is fitted on the left side, alongside an inner soft anti-magnetic Faraday cage. A lug-to-lug length of 50.5mm and a case thickness of 16mm give the watch an impressive wrist presence. The screw-down signed crown sits at 2 o’clock protected by a sloped crown guard. Polished and brushed surfaces transition with crisp flowing lines, the unidirectional bezel is made from Cusn8 Bronze Alloy with the 60-minute scale engraved into the ceramic blue insert. A domed Sapphire crystal AR coated sits above a dark blue dial with a “Project Possible” logo pressed in the centre, a 24-hour chapter ring surrounds its outer edge, applied Gold-plated Super Luminova coated 12, 6 and 9 and disc indexes indicate the hours. At 3 o’clock a framed date window, Gold plated Syringe and Spade hands filled with Super LumiNova complemented by a gold-plated sweeping second hand and a short GMT arrow hand with a yellow tip making timekeeping direct and straightforward. At 12 o’clock we have the Bremont motif and at 6 o’clock “Chronometer Automatic”. The screw-down exhibition case back is nicely engraved with the details of the watch and the number out of 300 which ours is number 043, inside an automatic modified calibre 11 ¼''' BE-93-2AV which is a modified ETA 2892-A2, it’s COSC Certified to ISO 3159 standard, 25 jewel, beating at 28,800 beats per hour, the rotor has the heights of the summits engraved in the order they were conquered. The watch comes paired with a 22mm Bremont vintage-style leather strap and signed buckle, plus an additional 22mm Bremont rubber strap is provided with the Bremont presentation box and paperwork.
There is no denying that Bremont's are large watches, but I'm always amazed by how well they wear on the wrist and that is even more the case with this "Project Possible" as it's cased in titanium and is incredibly light on the wrist! The shade of blue used is subtle, it perfectly contrasts against the darker tone of the titanium and the bronze on the bezel. Plus the "Project Possible" symbol in the dial is also subtle, noticeable in certain lights and it adds another dimension to the watch which works really well.
Bremont was founded in 2002 by the brother's Nick and Giles English. Their watch designs are inspired by their love of flying and everything mechanical. During the 1990s while flying their 1930s biplane over France they got into trouble and had to land in a field. Not wishing to get the authorities involved, they were met by the farm owner who gave them and the plane shelter, it turned out he had flown during the war and was an engineer. The brothers, grateful to the kind farmer, promised him they would never forget him, his name was Antoine Bremont. In 1995 they were involved in an accident and sadly lost their father Dr Euan English while flying their World War II vintage Harvard aircraft. His loss and their injuries drove the brothers to create a fitting legacy. Moving into their Manufacturing & Technology Centre in 2021. Innovation and producing technologically advanced timepieces have been an ever-expanding experience for Bremont. Their military connections through special edition watches and tireless work with Help for Heroes and The Royal British Legion means their late fathers' legacy will continue to grow.