Bremont announces trio of three-character bronze watches
Bremont fake is a British watch brand founded by brothers Nick and Giles English in 2002. It is famous for its aviation and military-inspired watch series, with strong British characteristics. The latest model reported on duty in the Bremont Armed Forces collection is broad sword bronze. Unlike many military-themed watches, Bremont has a legal certificate and has enjoyed a formal partnership with the Ministry of Defense (MoD) since 2019. This partnership allows Bremont to use the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Aviation logos, symbols and heraldic insignia power.
As early as 2019, Bremont first launched an incredible series of armed forces designed in official cooperation with the Ministry of Defence, and paid tribute to the armed forces under British Queen Her. Following its success, the British watchmaker has redesigned the iconic Broadsword model with a stunning CuSn8 bronze case and three new dials and straps. Meet the trio of Bremont Broadsword bronze watches…
Along with the arrows of the Bremen Armed Forces and the Argonaut, the original steel broadsword was inspired by a series of watches designated for the British army during World War II, nicknamed “Dirty Twelve”. Through cooperation with the Ministry of Defence, these watches also celebrate Bremont as the only luxury watch manufacturer officially approved to use the logos, symbols and heraldic emblems of the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force. The new trio of Bremont Broadsword Bronze watches followed closely, retaining high-precision, rugged wristbands designed specifically for military personnel.
“We are still extremely proud of the recognition given by the Department of Defense to Bremont to create the Armed Forces collection. It is very suitable to make a broad sword with this interesting material, especially in naval history, where its usage is very important. The design and manufacture not only meet these standards, but also reflect the needs of the armed forces under the British je today.” – Nick English, co-founder of Bremont watches
In recent years, bronze has proven itself to be a very popular material in the luxury watch market, but this material also has an interesting history in the military field. Bronze is widely used in naval engineering and the production of deep-sea diving helmets, and has excellent salt water corrosion resistance. The Cusn8 bronze used in the construction of the Bremont Broadsword Bronze watch is strengthened by a copper alloy and 8% tin. The high tin content provides additional strength, wear resistance and corrosion resistance. The 40mm bronze case also provides something truly unique to its wearer. When exposed to moisture in the air and pH in sweat, the bronze turns black and changes color over time, which means that the appearance of the two Bremont Bronze watches will always be the same.
The BE-95-2AV self-winding movement is located in Bremont Broadsword bronze, which has obtained the COSC certification of the ISO 3159 standard. The mechanical movement provides central hands for hour and minute hands, small seconds at 6 o’clock, and date at 3 o’clock. The 31 jewellery movements also have a power reserve of 38 hours, a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, and a Bremont molded and decorated rotor. Regrettably, the rotor is not displayed, but instead provides us with an exquisite stainless steel closed case, decorated with the Armed Forces coat of arms under the Queen of England.
There are three Bremont Broadsword Bronze watches for you to choose from. Each watch has its own unique dial and strap design. The Broadsword bronze “Slate” is the classic of these three watches, offering an exquisite slate gray dial and a matching dark gray Nubuck leather strap. The broad sword bronze “tobacco” truly interprets the original “dirty twelve” with its retro brown dial and matching brown leather strap. Finally, and perhaps our favorite, the Broadsword Bronze “Sotek” stands out with an amazing blue-green dial and brown Nubuck leather strap. The Superluminova details on the dial, the bronze pin buckle, the screws on the crown, and the anti-reflective hemispherical sapphire crystal glass all detail all the changes.
If the Bremont Armed Forces series is worth seeing, then Bremont Broadsword Bronze copy watches will be popular among watch collectors and Bremont enthusiasts all over the world.
Replica BREMONT BROADSWORD BRONZE SOTEK watch price
Item Type: Replica Broadsword Bronze NEW Watches
Model Number: BROADSWORD BRONZE SOTEK
Brand Name: BREMONT
Case Material: Bronze,round
Dial Diameter: 40 mm
Clasp Type: Pin Buckle
Boxes: common box package without paper
Water Resistance Depth: life proof water
Band Material Type: leather strap
Functions: Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Date