Bremont were really unlucky last week, they announced three new watches just as Boris Johnson announced the shutdown of the country. The thee being, The “Project Possible” limited edition, the ALT1-C Griffon and the ALT1-P2 Jet.
This doubly a shame because there are two of the watches that I quite like. Given all of us will have a little moretime in the foreseeable future I think I will post what information about these watches separately.
I will start with my favourite of the three, the limited edition “Poject Possible”.
This limited edition watch is based around the standard Supermarine S500, with a titanium case ( although the spec says steel ?) and a bronze bezel. I am very interested to see this first use of bronze by Bremont, it is not the case but at least it is a start – as you might have noticed it is a material I am pretty fond of.
Now if you are wondering were the name comes from, this watch has been launched to celebrate Nirmal “Nims” Purja’s completion of the Bremont Project Possible which saw him reaching the summits of the earth’s 14 tallest mountains in less than 7 months.
Slightly disappointingly Nirmal wore a regular white dialled S300 whilst completing the project.
Case Size: 43mm
Case Material: Stainless steel with DLC treated case barrel
Bezel: Unidirectional, bronze Cusn8
Glass: Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment
Case Back – Display
Water Resistance: 500 metres
Movement: BE-93-2AE automatic winding
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, GMT, date
Power Reserve: 42 hours
Dial: Blue metal with Superluminova hands
Strap: Khaki green leather
Limited Edition: 300 pieces
As we have come to expect from Bremont there is a very comprehensive explanation of the project and the watch onBremont’s website