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British watchmaker Bremont has long had an enthusiastic following amongst military pilots for its flight-inspired watches Bremont's airworthy watches sell to pilots serving in air forces across the globe, as well as to people who are just nuts about planes In 2019, Bremont landed something of a first in a partnership with the British Government's Ministry of Defence, when its Armed Forces Collection landed the right to carry the emblems of all three wings of the British military: the Army, the Royal Air Force, and the Royal Navy.
Bremont adds to that collection today with a striking new bronze edition of the Broadsword, with three different and interesting dial colors While bronze may make it suitable for the high seas, this watch is inspired by field watches worn strictly on terra firma Broadsword is Bremont's own take on the Dirty Dozen, a storied commission from Britain's Ministry of Defence during World War II, to equip certain key ranks and units in the British Army.
The new Broadsword editions take this look a little further afield, but still pay homage to a piece of watchmaking history. . Source
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