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Bremont is a relatively young company from the United Kingdom, which combines a long love for flying and mechanics. Renowned for quality materials and long-lasting craftsmanship, Bremont is one of the UK's most popular watch houses.  More

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In our online shop you will find a wide selection of certified, used luxury watches. In addition to the usual major brands such as Rolex or Omega, we also have high-quality, affordable watches from smaller brands such as Bremont on sale. If you have decided on your Bremont watch, you have various options to process the payment. Order your desired model from Bremont conveniently online and pay either by credit card or PayPal or opt for a flexible instalment that suits your needs. Any questions? Our customer service is happy to advise you by phone and e-mail.

Bremont ALT1-C Polished White (ALT1-C/PW/R) watch with steel case and brown crocodile leather strap

Bremont's most popular series

  • The Bremont Classic is – as the name implies – a classic among the Bremont watches. It is dedicated to the passion of aviation and impresses with its simple design and practical chronograph function. Optionally, there is the Bremont Classic with a stainless steel bracelet or leather strap.

  • The Bremont Pilot is visually almost similar to the classic pilot's watch. The iconic triangle at twelve o'clock, luminescent indices and hands, a grippy winding crown and the stylish leather strap are dedicating this watch entirely to aeronautics!

  • The Bremont Supermarine is the company's first dive watch. Its design is simple and the dial clear. With the rotating bezel and water resistance of up to 500 m, it is absolutely suitable for underwater use.

  • With the Bremont World Timer, you can keep an eye on several time zones! Not only are all 24 time zones marked on the dial, but a globe is also engraved.

5 best reasons to buy a Bremont watch

  • No mass production: handmade limited editions
  • Particular attention is paid to the durability and quality of the used materials
  • A family-owned company with headquarter and manufacturing entirely in the UK
  • Comprehensive Quality Assurance: Complex Testing Procedures, COSC Certificates and an exceptional Three Year Warranty
  • Own technologies are continually being developed and improved so that Bremont watches are always state-of-the-art

Limited Bremont Martin Baker MBIII/TORNADO IDS watch with black steel case and brown leather strap on a black notebook

Bremont prices and models – what does a Bremont watch cost?

Bremont Classic ALT1-C / CR
Used from: €3,820 (very good, 1975)
Material: Stainless steel
Main features: 43 mm diameter, beige dial with Arabic numerals, automatic movement

Bremont World Timer ALT1-WT/BK
Used from: €3,320 (very good, 2017)
Material: Stainless steel
Main features: 43 mm diameter, black dial with stick indices, automatic movement, black leather strap, time zone function

Bremont Zulu ALT1-ZT/51
Used from: €3,820 (very good, 2018)
Material: Stainless steel
Main features: 42 mm diameter, black dial with stick indices, automatic movement, black leather strap, chronometer complication

Bremont U-2 U-2/BL
Used from: €3,200 (very good, 2014)
Material: Stainless steel
Main features: 42 mm diameter, blue dial with stick indices, automatic movement, rubber strap

Bremont Supermarine S2000
Used from: €3,200 (very good, 2014)
Material: Stainless steel
Main features: 44 mm diameter, black dial with stick indices, automatic movement, rubber strap

It's well worth buying used and vintage Bremont watches

Bremont watches are often in the middle price segment. A certified, used Bremont watch can be well priced. The purchase of a luxury watch can also be profitable as an investment, as they often experience a steady increase in value over the years. As Bremont watches are always produced in strictly limited editions, they are popular collector's items and also vintage watches of the brand are always in great demand. The primary criterion, of course, should be that you like your new wristwatch. If you still have difficulty in making decisions, we would be happy to advise you which model suits your needs best. Simply contact our customer service.

Black dial of a Bremont Martin Baker MBIII/TORNADO IDS watch on black leather surface

Bremont – for the love of flying and mechanics

Bremont was founded in 2002, but the history of the watch house begins several years earlier. When the father of Nick and Giles English was involved in an accident during training for an air show in March 1995 in which he was fatally injured, the two brothers' lives changed abruptly. Six months after the disaster, they did return to the air, but decided to dedicate themselves to one more passion that they shared with their father from now on. Euan English was not only a passionate pilot with a PhD in aeronautics, but he also had a great passion for mechanical watches. As a result, his two sons used to disassemble and repair old wristwatches bought on auctions. This passion, Nick and Giles decided, should live on in their own line of watches.

The name of this line is not chosen randomly. When Nick and Giles flew across France in their two-seater plane in the late '90s, they had to make an emergency landing due to turbulence and a sluggish engine. For this they received help from a farmer whose field they were allowed to use for landing. The farmer, who turned out to be both – an avid pilot and a great watch enthusiast, hosted them in his house and let them store their broken plane in his barn. He even wore his own father's wristwatch. The English brothers expressed their thanks for the warm hospitality by giving their watch brand the name of the farmer: Bremont.

The first watches of the newly founded company, which of course were aviation-inspired, were launched in 2002. Inspired by their love for historic aircrafts, watches and all things mechanical, they created beautiful, unique and high-quality timepieces that quickly won their own fans. Bremont watches are considered very reliable and durable – the company is one of the few that provides a three-year limited warranty. All watches are handmade in limited edition and the entire Classic line is COSC certified.

In addition, all watch cases from Bremont use the so-called Trip-Tick® design, which consists of three parts: the high-grade steel bezel, which encloses the sapphire crystal. The central body of the watch, which is made of titanium or a central spring housing with DLC coating and the back of the case made of steel or glass. In general, Bremont watches pay special attention to the materials used. For example, only Glucydur ripples are used and no nickel alloys. In addition, nine layers of anti-reflective coating are applied to the sapphire crystal, making the watches extra hard and scratch-resistant.

The company is also proud of its production and manufacturing, which takes place mainly in the UK itself. All Bremont watches are designed, assembled and completed on the island. This also applies to most of the limited editions and handmade leather packaging. The production site is located in Henley-on-Thames: In an oak-framed building in the middle of the Chiltern Valley, the high-quality watches are handmade.

The philosophy of Bremont

Bremont stands for high quality – completely made inhouse. Particular emphasis is placed that not only the headquarters, but also all manufacturing and processes take place in Great Britain. Even technological innovations, which have a high priority in the company, always come from within their own ranks. Watches are produced only in limited editions and always by hand – which make Bremont watches valuable rarities.

The brand is also characterized by the love of flying. This shows the close connection of the two founders of the company to their deceased father. Bremont has many productive connections with the military, for which they always successfully produced special editions.

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