Bremont World Timer Watch Review
Wednesday - 22 February 2012
Bremont has launched its first world timer watch.
The luxury brand was commissioned to create a unique global timer chronometer for the crew of the military transport airport C-17 Globemaster in 2010.
Bremont has now developed this Globemaster timepiece for the civilian market: the Bremont World Timer (ALT1-WT) featuring a new Trip-Tick case with Roto-Click bezel. The bezel is operated by a crown at 8 o'clock, using ball-bearings to create a 'click' sound for each minute turned. It enables the wearer to determine global time zones using the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) airfield identifiers.
The date window is inspired by the Globemaster's Head Up Display (HUD) and the steel case has been treated to ensure extreme hardness and scratch resistance of 2000 Vickers. The modified automatic chronometer (COSC) certified BE-54AE movement can be seen through a sapphire exhibition crystal case back.
The Bremont World Timer will be released Summer 2012 in three colour variations: blue, black and white.