Alongside its regular production models, Bremont has long been creating bespoke versions of its watches for personnel in the world’s militaries, customising dials and casebacks with the logos and insignias of their units. These custom-made designs were always limited, however, and only ever made available to those in uniform, while the rest of us civvies could only look on and admire. Well, those days of gazing at a distance are over, and Bremont has just announced an official partnership with the British Ministry of Defence (MoD), sanctioning Bremont as the only luxury watch producer allowed to use the symbols, signs and Heraldic Badges of all three of the Ministry’s services – that is the British Army, the Royal Navy, and the Royal Air Force. In celebration of this momentous occasion, Bremont are also releasing an entirely new range. Dubbed the Bremont Armed Forces Collection, these military models will be available to everyone. No uniform required. Introducing three entirely new designs, with each one drawing its inspiration from the ‘Dirty Dozen’ watches commissioned by the British Army during WW2. The first of the trio is the Bremont Broadsword, and its design is the most reminiscent of the famous, now highly sought-after,…

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