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Bremont AC I Limited Edition Watch Review

Bremont launch America’s Cup collection to signify their collaboration with the America’s Cup Event Authority and ORACLE TEAM USA. 


To honour the special alliance with Bremont holding the title of the very first British timing partner to the America’s Cup since 1851, the luxury brand has designed a series of timepieces and Jura Watches are delighted to host four of the spectacular timepieces. Jura News will dedicate this week to the unveiling of each Limited Edition so what this space!!


Let’s begin with the America’s Cup Series, which is a classic collection celebrating the history of the cup. The two watches that behold this title are the Bremont AC I and AC II and look to the legendary J-Class yachts of the 30’s for a source of inspiration with their classic and beautiful presence. To signify that all timekeepers are proudly manufactured in the UK and ensembled with the highest quality components, the capital 'London' is proudly inscribed at 6 o’clock. Both timepieces are presented in an America’s Cup leather wallets for a special finishing touch. 



The Bremont AC I embraces the simple lines of the J-Class yacht reflecting the classic and understated design. The sea blue steel hour, minute and second strong hands contrast against the fine ivory white opaline dial, which is appropriately embossed with outlines of the Cup. The striking reference provides a delicate print allowing for the spectator to delve deeper into the face of the watch. The AC I nods to the SOLO range yet is transformed with the polished steel addition. Of course, the automatic movement is executed to a high standard with a robust anti-shock feature that can be admired via the sapphire crystal case back. The exquisite timepiece is water resistant to 100m and is finished with a stunning blue Temple Island rubber strap.  


Indulge in the Bremont Watch AC I Limited Edition.


View the whole Special Edition collection here.

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