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BREMONT Supermarine S501

As Bremont approaches the 10th anniversary of their first ever diver’s model, the 43mm by 16mm Supermarine 500 which was debuted back in 2009 –

when the brand wanted, well brothers, Nick and Giles English wanted to build a rugged yet finely engineered diver’s watch that would stay true Bremont’s strong aviation heritage

while offering a timepiece that would not only be able to hold its own against other divers in its segment but also become something that any budding dive watch enthusiast would aspire to one day owning.

The Supermarine has over the past 9 years gone on to be one of the brand’s most beloved models. Today the Supermarine family welcomes its newest member the NEW S501 with its stunning gold accents.

Its Stainless steel Bremont Trip-Tick case construction boasts a scratch resistant DLC treated case barrel, an inner soft iron anti-magnetic Faraday cage to protect movement, protective patented anti-shock movement mount –

a Sapphire unidirectional rotational divers bezel with SuperLumiNova luminous coating, domed anti-reflective, scratch resistant Sapphire crystal and 500m of water-resistance.

In addition to the above, the S501 has Stainless steel screw-down and decorated case-back. S501 features exhibition case back and special metal dial with applied indexes and hands with SuperLumiNova.

Powering the S501 is a C.O.S.C certified modified BE-36AE automatic chronometer caliber with 25 jewels, a glucydur balance, an anachron balance spring, Nivaflex 1 mainspring, 28,800 bph, 38-hour power reserve and a Bremont moulded and skeletised decorated rotor.

The S501 won’t be available until July 2018. It has an MSRP of £3,495. Click HERE for more info. Liked this? Check out the Bremont S300.

Thoughts? Very classy me thinks – unfortunately, I might be lacking in that department which is why I’m wearing a Rolex and a Stone Island hoodie. I’m of course kidding – I’m pure class ;)

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