Bremont Develops the SOLO Collection
Bremont is delighted to add a new range to their increasingly popular SOLO collection, launched in 2011. Inspired by pilot’s watches from the 1940’s, the classically designed SOLO is a beautiful chronometer housed in the
Bremont is delighted to add a new range to their increasingly popular SOLO collection, launched in 2011. Inspired by pilot’s watches from the 1940’s, the classically designed SOLO is a beautiful chronometer housed in the classic Bremont 43mm Trip-Tick three-piece case and powered by the modified BE-36AE movement. Each case is also hardened in the UK to over 2000 Vickers making it over seven times more scratch resistant than normal watch grade steel, making the SOLO an obvious choice for anyone interested in the allure of mechanical watches, especially when one considers its technical specifications.
This month the white-dial SOLO will be available in stores presenting a new addition to the 43mm SOLO collection. As with the original black-dial releases, this is a beautifully classic design with subtle attention to detail.
Extending the range further is the launch of the SOLO-37. This model still showcases all of the conventional Bremont principles but is housed in a 37mm case. Smaller than anything Bremont has previously produced this mechanical chronometer appeals to those who wish to wear something slightly lighter on the wrist.
And with various finishes to the case available the SOLO-37 may have particular appeal to women.
The SOLO-37 is available with a white-dial in a stainless steel or 18-carat rose gold top bezel. It also comes with the choice of applied silver or rose gold coloured indexes. Bremont will also be releasing a black dial 37mm with white indexes. All watches in the SOLO collection are housed in Bremont’s Trip-Trick® case, with domed sapphire crystal which has nine layers of hardened anti-reflective coating on each side, water-resistant to 100m and each watch in the SOLO collection has an exhibition case back.
One of the core underlying principles of Bremont has always been to produce a watch that in a given price-point just cannot be beaten in terms of the quality of engineering used in its construction. The Solo is no exception.