Galio are one of the few authorised stockists of these superbly crafted pilot's watches of exceptional quality. Inspired by a love of flying historic aircraft, these timepieces are tested beyond the normal call of duty. Immensely precise, reliable and durable, Bremont watches are hand-built in limited numbers.
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INTRODUCING OUR FEATURED BREMONT
Bremont is delighted to enter a partnership that sees the home of rugby meet the home of British watchmaking. Rugby is an incredibly tough sport, steeped in English tradition and one in which Bremont shares many of its core values ; endurance, precision and accuracy.
The rose watch features a stainless steel Trip-Tick case construction which is manufactured in Henley-on-Thames, before being carefully hand-built and tested by Bremont's skilled watchmakers. Just like the England team, the Rose is a symbol of precision, pride and reliability for both players and fans. Turning the watch over reveals the words 'swing low' in tribute to the Twickenham anthem, on the custom rotor underneath and engraving of the England Rose.
The H-4 Hercules
At a time of austerity, one young American dared to dream big. Pushing the boundaries of aviation, he built the largest aircraft in the world. The H-4 Hercules is better known as the ‘Spruce Goose’. Just like its creator Howard Hughes, this giant silver flying boat is legendary. The new Bremont H-4 Hercules Limited Edition pays tribute to one of the greatest feats of aviation engineering in history.
Each Bremont H-4 Hercules Limited Edition rotor is constructed using original birch wood from the H-4 Hercules fuselage, which has been carefully incorporated into each propeller blade. A percentage of proceeds from each limited edition will go towards the preservation of the aircraft at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, Oregan, USA.
The ALT1-C remains true to each of the technical principles behind any revered automatic timepiece. Integrating an impeccably modified, chronometer-rated movement, the ALT1-C brings together the art of watch making with the very best of technical innovation, precision and durability.
MBII & MBIII
Originally designed for Martin Baker, the MBI recognises the extreme commitment made by pilots who had been ejected from their planes in combat. Its creation inspired a range of watches also available to the public. The range is the most authentic, functional, automatic pilot's watch available today. Its internal faraday cage acts to protect the watch from the effects of magnets and also shock.
The MBII & III retain the classic DNA that has made the MB a must-have for any serious collector. While the MBI is reserved for the few, the MBII & III are available to all and have become a Bremont best seller.
Designed as a classic pilots watch, the SOLO is an obvious choice for those wanting to enter the world of Bremont automatic chronometers. No pilot ever forgets their first solo flight and the exhilaration as the wheels leave the runway. This feeling was undoubtedly an inspiration behind the SOLO and with it the ability to leave a long lasting impression on its wearer.
Bremont have been commissioned by many military squadrons, special forces teams and battalions to create individual limited editions. It came as no surprise then when early in 2018 they were commissioned by the MoD to develop iconic watches for each branch of the armed forces.
Available to the military and civilians alike, these robust functional and stylish watches have not disappointed. Visit us in store to view the collection.
A robust but beautifully engineered diving watch, the S500 is named as a tribute to the iconic British aircraft manufacturer responsible for the Supermarine S6B Schneider Trophy Seaplane and of course the incredible Supermarine Spitfire.
The new Supermarine Type 300 range responds to a demand for a professional dive watch in a slightly smaller iteration. The watches’ namesake derives from the 1930’s aircraft company, Supermarine, whose first ever Spitfire prototype – the Type 300 – led to one of Britain’s most iconic aircraft.