The Broadsword Recon watch by Bremont is a beautiful, rugged limited-edition wristwatch that will look striking on your wrist for years. Since 2002, Bremont Chronometers has been making timepieces based on the watches pilots have worn since the dawn of aviation.
Bremont watches are popular among military members and civilians alike. Its watches are steadfast companions for all of life’s adventures. You can rely on their rugged, all-mechanical operation to work in the harshest field conditions. This watch is made in cooperation with His Majesty’s Armed Forces. It bears the crests of the British Army, Royal Air Force, and Royal Navy on the back.
A watch that was inspired by the “Dirty Dozen,” 12 wristwatches that were approved by the Ministry of Defence for use by the Armed Forces during World War II. Those 12 watches had exceptional ease of use and timekeeping ability. The military details of this limited-edition watch, like the second hand at the 6 o’clock position and 40mm steel case, are no surprise given Bremont’s watchmaking pedigree. These watches have full COSC or ISO chronometer ratings, made at their headquarters in the United Kingdom.
If you love military history, the Bremont Broadsword Recon wristwatch is a precision timepiece with military details. Its low-visibility matte finish, sturdy build quality, precision BE-95-2AV movement, and subtly glowing digits and hands are what you’re looking for in a watch. The Broadsword Recon is priced at $3,695, and with only 200 pieces made, it will be gone soon.
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