Continuing to stress its British roots (appearing in the Kingsman movies just aren’t enough), Bremont teamed up with the British Ministry of Defense to release three military-style watches that bear the official signs and symbols of Her Majesty’s Armed Forces. As of yet, Bremont is the only watch company allowed to use the official symbols of the Royal Navy, the British Army, and the Royal Air Force. To no one’s surprise, Bremont proudly displays these symbols on the case backs of these watches.
Inspired by the WWII-era military-issued “Dirty Dozen” watches of Britain, the Bremont Armed Forces Collection consists of Arrow, Broadsword, and Argonaut. Arrow is a 42mm automatic mono-pusher chronograph with a date function and a name that’s fitting for the Air Force; Broadsword is a 40mm automatic time-and-date model inspired by the Army; and Argonaut is a 42mm automatic diver with a date and 300 meters of water resistance fit for the Navy.
All three watches in the Armed Forces Collection are chronometer-rated, with power reserves ranging from 38 hours to 48 hours. Each watch comes on a sailcloth strap in its respective military color.