The Twelve Labours of Hercules were impressive, sure, but not quite as impressive as the aircraft that provided inspiration for the new Bremont H-4 Hercules. Killing lions and hydras requires strength and focus, but building a plane in 1947 that makes a modern-day Airbus A380 look small, requires the unbridled ambition and enthusiasm of a Texan billionaire – Howard Hughes. The H-4 Hercules (nicknamed the Spruce Goose thanks to its wooden construction) inspired the most recent limited edition from Bremont that pays respect to the history of the aircraft.
Limited to 75 pieces in Rose gold, we were fortunate to take a closer look at this very special watch, which holds something very special within its case. Inlaid in the watch’s automatic rotor are pieces of wood from the original H-4 Hercules, allowing rarefied owners to keep a piece of the historically important plane on their wrists.
Bremont H-4 Hercules Australian price and availability
Bremont H-4 Hercules in Rose gold has an Australian RRP of $31,995, and is avilable from Bremont’s Melbourne boutique.
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