Bremont debuts three new watches replica that expand the British watch brand’s core collection. The 43mm automatic watches replica, previewed just about a month prior to the Baselworld watch show where they will be officially launched, include the MBII White, which adds to Bremont’s Martin-Baker range of timepieces developed in partnership with the British ejection seat manufacturer; the ALT1-ZT/51, which extends the firm’s aviation-themed ALT1-Z collection, and ALT1-C/PB, a more classically designed model on the same range now offered with a black dial and hardened polished steel case. Bremont notes that it will release more new watches replica at next month’s Baselworld, which begins March 17th.
The MBII White is Bremont’s response to consumer requests demand for a white dialed version of the timepiece the company designed as the quintessential British aviation chronometer. The new model features the knurled aluminum case-side that echoes the actual components on Martin-Baker ejection seats themselves and will be available in orange, green and anthracite. The watch’s yellow and black loop at the end of the second hand is a direct reference to the Martin-Baker ejection pull handle. The watch is a COSC-certified chronometer and features Bremont’s own hardened stainless steel case construction with an inner soft iron anti-magnetic Faraday cage to protect the movement.
The second release, the ALT1-C, is a polished black chronograph that expands Bremont’s first non-limited edition polished steel range. This new model has newly designed and polished nickel hands set with extra luminescent material. “The ALT1-C was the first watch we ever designed at the company’s inception all of those years ago, explains co-founder Nick English. “It has proved to be a trusty and very well loved part of the Bremont family. Complementing this signature range with the polished ALT1-C/PW went down very well indeed and we anticipate this being the same for its new black counterpart. The new 43mm watch, also COSC-certified, features a dial offset with two dark grey subtly etched sub-dials.
The third new model, ALT1-ZT/51. expands Bremont’s dual-time GMT chronograph line, the Z series. The new watch’s dial layout, originally seen on last year’s ALT1-ZT, here adds a metallic coloring to the subdials. The watch’s GMT hand is combined with the chronograph while its hands recall the firm’s MB series, including the second time zone marker you may have seen on last year’s MBIII. The watch also echoes the firm’s in-demand P-51 from 2011, which offers a vintage aviation feel. One of our most iconic limited editions to date is the sought-after Bremont P-51, explains English. The heritage look and feel of this timepiece inspired many collectors internationally and it seemed fitting to pay tribute to it through the new ALT1-ZT/51.