Bremont is enriching its collection with the Waterman, another professional dive watch.
Working intimately with the incredibly famous free-diver and sea environmentalist, Mark Healey, Bremont altogether tried the new timepiece and, in particular, the brand new Supermarine 500 sapphire gem case back innovation.
Limited to 300 pieces and water resistant to 50 ATM (500 meters/1,640 feet), the new Bremont Waterman incorporates a GMT hand and highlights deep-blue applied indexes on the dial.
The satin and polished 43 mm stainless steel case with uni-directional rotating bezel upgraded by Super-LumiNova highlights a protective patented anti-stun development mount along with an automatic helium escape valve and crown protector.
The new watch is powered the COSC-certified BE-93-2AE automatic development (base ETA 2892-A2) beating at 28,800 vibrations per hour with 42 hours of power save and featuring a skeletonised finished rotor.
The watch comes with a blue rubber strap with additional blue Kevlar strap with red stitches. A steel bracelet option is likewise available. Limited to just 300 pieces, the Bremont Waterman has a price of Euro 4,995 without charges. bremont.com