Bremont Watches to Gift This Christmas
Tuesday - 07 December 2021
Why invest in a Bremont watch this Christmas 2021? Well, for many reasons. Watches for Christmas make for one of the best gift ideas. Practical, valuable and with the ability to appreciate over time, Bremont watches for men and women are incredibly stylish and investment-worthy. Over the last twelve months, we have seen the British watchmaker grow in size, not only extending its catalogue but also building and launching its new Manufacturing and Technology Centre – the Wing.
Bremont watches are for life, not just for Christmas. Developed from a superior selection of materials and equipped with innovative functions and patented technologies – every wristwatch is designed to last a lifetime. The brand has gone from strength to strength by releasing several limited-edition wristwatches over the years that are now more desirable and sought-after than ever before. And if you or the person you’re buying for this Christmas considers themselves a true Bremont enthusiast, you’ll already know that part of the appeal of owning a Bremont watch is to do with the fact that each design tells a unique story and incorporates a slice of real history within it. The beauty behind investing in a Bremont watch this Christmas is that each instrument is designed in a way that any expert watchmaker could pick one up and instantly recognise the quality craftsmanship behind the timepiece. The case of a Bremont watch is constructed in a way that is seven times harder than any standard watch case. What’s more, every Bremont watch is equipped with a chronometer-certified beating heart.
These are just a few reasons why a Bremont watch makes for such a perfect gift idea at Christmas, but if you need more reasons, you might like to browse through our entire range of Bremont watches online here at Jura Watches, or call a member of our sales team to discuss in more depth any of the watches we’ve featured in this Christmas 2021 gift guide on 01335 453453. For now, let’s take a look at some of the best Bremont watches to buy this Christmas 2021.
Bremont ALT1-WT watch ref ALT1-WT/BL/R
Every Bremont watch has a very distinct styling, and that goes for models like the ALT1-WT watch. This is a timepiece primed for those who frequently travel. It boasts a robust stainless steel case topped with a sapphire crystal glass that has been treated with 9 layers of anti-reflective technology for a glare-free experience when referencing the time. This Bremont ALT1-WT watch features black-filled chronograph counters at 6, 9 and 12 o’clock offering 12-hour, small second and 30-minute functions respectively. Accompanying these features are a set of luminous hour and minute hands, rectangular-shaped hour markers and an adjustable 24-hour hand that can display UTC or ‘Zulu’ time. In addition to this, 24 world cities are placed around the periphery of the dial and the watch is powered by BE-54AE automatic chronometer, fitted with a glucydur balance, an anachron balance spring, and a Nivaflex 1 mainspring. The 43mm stainless steel Bremont Trip-Tick case construction features an internally rotating bi-directional bezel. The global time zones are operated by the crown at 8 o’clock combined with Bremont’s Roto-Click® technology. Shots of yellow, a see-through caseback and a Chalgrove strap all make this a particularly appealing watch to own this Christmas.
Bremont Broadsword Bronze watch ref HMAF-BROADSWORD-BRONZE-SOTEK
Bremont solidifies its partnership with the Ministry of Defence (MoD) honouring Her Majesty’s Armed Forces with the Broadsword Bronze watch. By incorporating the emblems of the Royal Navy, British Army and the Royal Air Force within its design, the Armed Forces Collection draws inspiration from the original ‘Dirty Dozen’ watches originally commissioned for the British Army during World War II – a time when Britain’s Ministry of Defence relied on watches to issue to military personnel. This Bremont watch will appeal to those with a preference for vintage-inspired military wristwatches and features a case crafted from bronze with a special emblem-engraved steel caseback to prevent tarnishing against the skin. Multiple layers of luminescent material have been applied to the surface of the watch’s hands and Arabic numeral hour track. The dial also offers a small second sub-dial at 6 o’clock and a black-filled date window at 3 o’clock. Powered by the stealthy, chronometer-rated BE-95-2AV movement with the capability to deliver a power reserve of 38 hours, the Bremont Broadsword Bronze model is a truly special timepiece to own and is sure to complete Christmas day for anyone who shares a love for Bremont’s unique approach to developing exquisite military wristwatches.
Bremont Solo Lady K Black Tahitian watch ref SOLO-LADY-K-TH-SS-B
This lady’s 34mm Bremont watch is a compact, stylish and resolutely glamorous model, even for the British watchmaker’s usual standards. The model pays homage to a sailboat, lovingly handmade by the Bremont Brothers’ father and aptly named in honour of their mother’s spirit of adventure. This Bremont Solo Lady K watch features a Black Tahitian mother of pearl dial embellished with 8 single round brilliant-cut diamonds and 3 Arabic numeral hour markers. The dial is equipped with a legible black date window at 3 o’clock and displays beautiful polished nickel hands that are driven around the captivating pearly tones of the dial by the BE-92AV automatic chronometer movement. This self-winding engine sits inside a 100-meter water-resistant stainless steel case set with 60 white brilliant-cut diamonds around the bezel for an added touch of radiance and finesse. The model also features a sapphire-backed case for showcasing the peerless performance of the movement whilst in motion. If the lady in your life loves the classic diamond and has an appreciation for autonomy and traditional craftsmanship, this Bremont Solo Lady K watch is sure to make Christmas 2021 a memorable one.
Bremont MB Savanna watch ref MB-SAVANNA-R-S
Since 2007, Bremont has been nurturing its relationship with Britain’s successful aviation company who has become responsible for supplying 70% of the world’s Air Forces with fighter ejection seat technology. It took two years for the first watch of the Martin Baker series to be born. Since then, every watch has been able to withstand the same rigorous testing programme as the ejection seats themselves. If the person you’re buying for this Christmas loves Bremont MB watches from the past, this one will impress even further. Its 43mm case design is clad in sand-coloured hues and the 100-meter water-resistant model houses the modified calibre BE-36AE automatic chronometer at its heart. The case, crafted from lightweight titanium, boasts a sand-coloured rubber strap to match a sand-coloured metal dial. Knurled push-pieces at 3 and 4 o’clock on the case give the Bremont MB Savanna watch a striking and unforgettable look. Ejection seat-inspired elements on the dial include the red “Anti Shock” lettering and the ejection seat-inspired second hand counterweight with a red circular tip. The watch also features a date window, an anti-glare sapphire crystal glass front, and an exhibition crystal caseback.
Bremont Solo 43 watch ref SOLO/CR-1
Finally, rounding off the line-up perfectly, if your loved one is partial to a luxury pilot’s watch or two, he will be more than familiar with Bremont’s extensive line of aviation and military-inspired wristwatches designed for professional pilots and amateur flyers. This Bremont Pilot Solo 43 watch is a classic collectable. Its 43mm stainless steel Trip Tick case construction is designed for super hardness, whilst anti-reflective layers of technology applied to the surface of a sapphire crystal glass front grant a clear view into the dial, free of any undesirable glare. A classic black dial features Super-LumiNova-coated nickel hands and applied Arabic numeral hour markers that are easy to find at a glance. The BE-36AE automatic chronometer, capable of producing a 38-hour power reserve and delivering a performance of 28,800 vibrations per hour, sits inside a 100-meter water-resistant case. Its traditional finishes and hand-applied decoration can be admired through a crystal exhibition caseback, including a Bremont moulded and skeletonised decorated rotor. Completing this pilot’s watch design, the Bremont Solo 43 watch is fitted on a black leather strap with white contrast stitching down the edges and a robust steel fastening engraved with the famous Bremont logo.