In its 20-year existence, Bremont has maintained one foot in vintage watchmaking and another in modern-day ambitions. With lofty, yet reasonable, goals of becoming a new-wave Rolex or AP of sorts, the English outfit has just unveiled a new release that’s gotten it one step closer.
It’s been roughly a year since Bremont debuted its first in-house movement, the ENG300 series. Today, it debuts another first with the addition of the Supernova, the brand’s first-ever timepiece with an integrated bracelet. Beautifully flowing together, the 40mm stainless steel Trip-Tick case and the linked band were designed by Bremont’s engineers to fit ergonomically on your wrist, featuring a butterfly deployment clasp.
The watch itself sports the precise in-house ENG375 automatic movement, which is exposed via the caseback and boasts 65 hours of power reserve, indicated by a power gauge subdial on the front. Available in three dial colors — white, black, and midnight blue — the Supernova is as beautiful as it is durable, built with anti-shock tech and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.
The Supernova is available now through Bremont’s website for £7,995 (~$8,939).