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Hands-On – Bremont Fury 40mm Pilot’s Watch

Bremont Fury 40mm Pilot's Watch

The movements in the Fury models I tested ran well within COSC specifications (-4 to +6 sec/day). Bremont tests in-house using its own H1 chronometer protocols, which differ from COSC in that the movements are tested inside the watch they’ll ship in. This is conceivably a better standard, as the actual context of the movement is being tested as well, not to mention there’s no need for regulation after installation into the case as there is with COSC. The crown and setting of the watch felt as good as you would hope for in the price point. This is definitely a quality timepiece.

Hands-On – Christopher Ward C65 38mm Sandhurst Series 2 Military Field Watch

Christopher Ward Sandhurst Military Field Watch 38mm

The Skinny 38mm x 11.95mm 20mm lugs width Stainless steel case Water resistance – 150m  Black dial with Super-LumiNova Grade X1 Sellita SW200 autowinding movment with COSC chronometer certification and 38-hour power reserve  Date of release – October 2022  Price upon release – £1005 on stainless steel bracelet, £905 on leather, and £895 on canvas. … Read more »

Hands-On – Bremont 40mm Supernova Integrated Bracelet Watch with In-House ENG375 Movement

Bremont Supernova 40mm Integrated Bracelet Watch

All images by Allen Farmelo. The Skinny 40mm x 11.1mm Stainless Steel with integrated bracelet 100m water resistance Colors: Midnight Blue, Pitch (black), Albus (white) Bremont ENG375 in-house automatic movement with big date and power reserve gauge (in-house Chronometer certification) Date of release – October 2022 Price upon release – $8995 USD First Impressions When… Read more »

Iteration Tracker Bremont 40mm Watches with 3-Piece Trip-Tick Case (Supermarine Diver & Airco Pilot) 2017-Present

Bremont 40mm Supermarine Airco

A unique and indispensable resource, our Iteration Trackers provide chronological information on all iterations of a specific watch model. Model Overview Bremont, just like Rolex, takes a modular approach to its independent industrial-scale watchmaking. By modular, we mean that there is a sparce number of core components that make up all of the models in the… Read more »

Iteration Tracker Modern Zodiac Super Sea Wolf (2015-present)

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf

Originally a Swiss watch company, Zodiac issued the Sea Wolf in 1953, tying Blancpain and beating Rolex with the first commercial release of a dive watch. Zodiac puttered out during the Quartz Crisis, but in 2001 Fossil Watches bought the Zodiac name and prepared for a relaunch. The revived Zodiac released the first modern Sea Wolf in 2015. Fossil owns and operates Swiss Technology Productions (STP), which builds the ETA/Sellita-equivalent movements used in the modern Super Sea Wolf

Iteration Tracker Tudor Pelagos (2012-Present)

A unique and indispensable resource, our Iteration Trackers provide chronological information on all iterations of a specific watch model. Model Overview The Tudor Pelagos is meant for professional SCUBA diving. It takes features from vintage Tudor models, including the square markers and “snowflake” hands, but its construction is modern in titanium and with exceptional water… Read more »