Bremont Dives Deep with the Supermarine Descent II

Bremont has unveiled its new releases for 2022. Among the line-up is the Supermarine Descent II, a striking addition to its renowned Supermarine 500 collection, which is water-resistant to 500 meters and offers a GMT indication. The 43mm diver’s watch is made from aviation-grade titanium and features a unidirectional bronze bezel with a sapphire insert that frames a black dial. Its hands and indexes are likewise crafted from bronze and filled with Super-Luminova to ensure best readability in the dark and under water. The GMT hand contrasts well thanks to its bright blue color.

The Supermarine Descent II uses Bremont’s “Trip-Tick” three-piece case construction with a DLC-treated barrel, a helium escape valve, and a crown at two o’clock with a guard on the side of the inner barrel.

Turning the watch over reveals a beautifully finished automatic movement through the exhibition case back. As with all Bremont watches, the BE-93-2AV has earned a chronometer certification. The Supermarine Descent II is available on a Harbour Blue or Black Rubber Strap and retails for $4,495.

To learn more, visit Bremont, here.

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  1. Gerry Dimatos

    This movement is still an ETA movement.
    Buy a Longines instead and save yourself half the money….
    How can you possibly claim to be a legitimate watch brand when you are just a caser brand ?

    • So when AP used JLC mvts, Patek used lemanias and many other brands outsourced mvts, they were not “legitimate” watch brands? BMW and others are not legitimate carmakers bc the transmission comes from ZF, turbos from Bosch? You may not like the piece or the price, but legitimacy is not the issue here. This non sequitur is as popular as it is tiresome.

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