British watchmaker Bremont has once again joined forces with renowned filmmaker Matthew Vaughn, this time for his upcoming movie Argylle, set to hit theaters on February 2, 2024. Not only will Bremont provide timepieces for the film’s actors, but they have also created a trio of limited-edition watches inspired by the movie’s characters. The Bremont Argylle Limited Edition Watch Collection features thematic versions of the Solo 43, U-2, and Solo 34 models, each inspired by a key character from the film—Argylle, Aidan, and Elly. These watches feature unique Argylle diamond-pattern dials and accents in the film’s signature yellow color.
Bremont and Matthew Vaughn previously collaborated on the film Kingsman: The Secret Service, which also led to the creation of movie-themed watches available to the public. Argylle continues the espionage theme with a surreal reality-bending storyline and an impressive ensemble cast.
The Bremont Argylle, based on the Solo 43, boasts a polished stainless steel case with a black DLC-treated middle barrel, measuring 43mm in diameter. The black dial features a diamond pattern, and it’s powered by the modified Caliber BE-69AV.
The Bremont Argylle Jet, inspired by the character Aidan, is based on the U-2 model, featuring a stainless steel case with a black DLC finish, measuring 43mm in diameter. It incorporates anti-shock technology and is powered by the Caliber BE-36AE.OO.
The Bremont Argylle Elly, inspired by Elly Conway, uses the Solo 34 model as its foundation, with a polished stainless steel case and a black DLC-coated central barrel, measuring 34mm in diameter.
The Bremont Argylle Limited Edition Collection watches are sure to captivate both watch enthusiasts and fans of the upcoming film, with the GMT-equipped Bremont Argylle leading the trio in terms of exclusivity and price. The Bremont Argylle is the most expensive among the trio of limited-edition watches with an official retail price of $5,700, while the Bremont Argylle Jet is at $5,200, and the Bremont Argylle Elly is $3,850.
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