The major Jaguar features are visible on the dials of the MKI (small seconds) and the MKII (chronograph). Both watches were designed in conjunction with Jaguar to echo the car’s dashboard. The railroad minutes track on each watch covers only three quarters of the perimeter so as to better resemble the dashboard displays of the E-Type. The hands are in steel, but the minutes hand is black at its base, just like the counters on the dash. A date window is found at 6 o’clock on both models. A red sector (beneath 3 o’clock on the MKI and in the running seconds subdial on the MKII) represents the “red zone” on the E-Type’s tachymeter.
The MKI uses a proprietary Bremont BWC/01-10, an automatic, 4-Hz caliber with a 50-hour power reserve. The MKII uses the BE-50AE, also automatic, which beats at 4 Hz and has a 42-hour power reserve. Both watches are COSC-certified chronometers, like all Bremont watches.
Below you’ll find some photos we snapped of the MKI at Baselworld 2015, showing you what it looks like on the wrist as well as close-up look of the movement through the caseback.