Bremont Launches Limited Edition to Honor King Charles

British watchmaker Bremont releases a limited edition based on the Martin-Baker ‘MB’ range on the occasion of the coronation of Charles III and his wife, Camilla, which will take place on Saturday, May 6, 2023. Limited to just 50 pieces, the MBII King Charles III is presented in a stainless steel case measuring 43mm in diameter and 14.5mm in height.

It is water-resistant to 100 meters and equipped with the brand’s Trip-Tick case concept. In addition, the case boasts an inner soft iron anti-magnetic Faraday cage to protect the movement, the automatic BE-36AE, which is a COSC certified chronometer, from magnetic fields.

The special edition features a luminescent white dial with hour and minute cathedral hands and a poignant regal purple second’s hand. There is a small date window at 3 o’clock. Turning the watch over reveals a closed case back that is engraved with the coronation emblem. The MBII King Charles III watch is complimented by a black calf leather strap with white stitching and a stainless-steel pin buckle.

Pricing for the Bremont MBII King Charles III is marked at $4,995 USD and is available for purchase via the brand’s website.

Here at WatchTime, we’re giving our readers the opportunity to take an exclusive first look at Bremont’s MBII King Charles III. On Thursday, May 4th from 6:00-9:00 pm, WatchTime and Bremont are hosting a special preview event at the Rudolf Budja Gallery Bar, located at 1330 18th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139. Attendees will have a unique hands-on opportunity with two of Bremont’s newest timepieces, and will even be able to purchase them at the event as well. 

To RSVP to the premiere event, email Minda Larsen at [email protected]

To learn more, visit Bremont, here.

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  1. Gerry Dinatos

    No one would buy this watch @$5K USD.
    I hope they got permission to do this…
    Just another opportunistic grab by Bremont trying to be a legitimate watch maker selling ETA movements.

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