Bremont Launches Supermarine S2000 Written byWatchTimeFebruary 1, 2013 Following the success of the Supermarine 500, Bremont has announced the launch of a new diving model, the Supermarine 2000. With professional divers in mind, Bremont has increased the size of the original Supermarine case to 45 mm and re-engineered it to withstand further depths of 2,000 m/6,560 ft. The Supermarine was built using Bremont’s unique Trip-Tick three-piece case construction. As with the previous model, extensive testing in the UK by Bremont has lead to the design and construction of the shock-resistant movement mount to help protect the watch from shocks. The movement is also housed inside an antimagnetic faraday cage to protect the balance, balance spring and escapement from any effects of magnetism. The model features a helium escape valve. The movement is COSC-certified. A crown protector has been built onto the side of the case, which has been specifically treated for strength using Bremont’s B-EBE2000 technology. Receive all the blog posts and breaking news from WatchTime for free! Sign up to our free daily alert and get it all delivered to your inbox.