Bremont Watch Hosts Codebreaker Launch Party at Bletchley Park


Bremont hosted a special event at Bletchley Park to launch its new Codebreaker timepiece.

The Bremont Codebreaker, a limited edition watch that incorporates historical artefacts from Bletchley Park, was revealed for the first time at the event held on 26th June. Bremont watchmakers were on hand to answer questions and show how material from an original Enigma machine, punch cards, and pine from the floor of Bletchley Park's Hut 6 has been used in the watch.

The launch party featured vintage cars, 1940s fashion and a Winston Churchill lookalike. Veterans from Bletchley Park shared their experiences and memories of working as Bombe machine operators during World War II, while guests were served Chivas cocktails and listened to wartime tunes by a brass band. The event also included guided tours of Bletchley Park, with live demonstrations of the Bombe and Enigma machines.

The Bremont Codebreaker is available in stainless steel or rose gold, and is available to pre-order now.
More photos of the event can be seen at the Bremont website.