Founded by brothers Nick and Gilles English, the Bremont Watch Company has been manufacturing chronometers for public distribution since 2007.

The 5 Bremont models we chose for our shop, and why …

Bremont may have only been around since 2002, but since its inception, founders and brothers Nick and Giles English have made sure that the hard-charging British watchmaker has been at the forefront of not only innovation but also military collaboration and integration. In fact, you can find a Bremont strapped to the wrist of a great many servicemen and women across the globe, and there's a very good reason for this – the British watches offer a great level of…

Bespoke, baby! You can now build your own custom Bremont Martin-Baker

Watch customisation is now a field you can get into at high and low price points, but it's still fair to say that going bespoke with a quality watch fit for the Ministry of Defence for example, is generally reserved for the upper echelons of independent watchmaking. And up at a price point where you might be paying six figures for a watch before you can ask for a different dial colour — and only if you are seen as a…

Land, Sky or Sea – 5 Bremonts whose claim to fame is toughness

British watchmaker Bremont may have only been around since 2002, but in that time they've earned respect for watches that are durable and robust to an extreme degree, and British to a tee at all times throughout. Few breakthroughs have helped this reputation quite as much as the significant percentage of watches Bremont produce being set aside for an increasing number of men and women serving in armed forces across the globe. Bremont are also, impressively, official suppliers to the…

Are Bremont the new kings of mil-spec watches?

Editor's note: In a recent discussion with a respected watchmaker who knows a thing or two about Rolex, I posited the question, "So what's your next timepiece going to be?" Without a moment's hesitation, he replied: "Bremont, definitely a Bremont." When I asked why, he said that increasingly, he was observing more similarities between Bremont and, if you can believe it, Rolex. He went on to explain that a huge part of Rolex's history was providing military-spec watches for armed…

INTRODUCING: Rock and rolling with the Bremont Ronnie Wood "1947 Collection"

The limited edition watch is a tactic used by watch brands that is receiving increasing numbers of eye-rolls as dozens are churned out each year. But where many brands simply change a dial colour and limit production to 200 pieces, Bremont has been making limited editions with a difference. Cutting through the noise of endless small production runs that are small because a marketing department suggested it, Bremont limited editions are limited for good reasons, such as the Bremont H-4…

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