At BaselWorld 2016, Bremont introduced four watches with a complication entirely new to the brand: a regatta timer. At the heart of these is the new BE-17AE movement, which is basically a Valjoux 7750 reworked (or ‘customized’) for Bremont by their partners of La Joux-Perret.
For now, the collection consists of two dressier ‘America’s Cup’ models with cases similar to those of the Alt1-C, and two sportier models dedicated to Oracle Team USA – whose titanium case are not unlike those of the titanium Boeing models.
The full Bremont America’s Cup collection, including the models launched in 2016, can be seen right here.
It’s been a while since my last update but we have been keeping busy – our database now includes over 11.000 watches and more than 1.200 distinct calibers. So, what’s new?
Our JLC database now features most, if not all, models from the current collection – including 100 different Reverso’s. Most are uploaded including pricing information.
I’ve also been working on updating our Bremont collection, which now holds more watches and better images. I might have to tweak our set-up a bit though, as I am not sure whether the Special & Limited section in its current form is such a great idea; after all, it holds watches from several lines.
Omega has been fine tuned here and there, with a few new (or missing) models added and pricing information updated on the most important references. I created a separate page for the Museum Collection, with 1 to 10 all listed.
A total of three watches has been created for the film, all based on thecaliber BE-54AE-powered ALT-1 Worldtimer model. All of them feature special dials with the Kingsman logo. A model with rose gold case was not previously available in the ALT-1 collection.