The other watch, nicknamed Solo-37, is the smallest timepiece that Bremont has yet produced, and the company sees it appealing primarily to women. Like the larger models, it has a mechanical chronometer movement and a “Trip-Tick” case, available with various finishes. The Solo-37 is available with a white dial and either a stainless steel or 18k rose-gold top bezel. The white dial is available with either applied silver or rose-gold-colored indices. There is also a black-dial version, with white indices, available. All watches in the Solo collection have domed sapphire crystals with nine layers of hardened non-reflective coating on each side and sapphire exhibition casebacks. All are water-resistant to 100 meters.
The 43-mm Bremont Solo retails for $4,100; the Solo 37 models range from $3,950 to $5,450.
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