British watchmaker Bremont may have only been around since 2002, but in that time they've earned respect for watches that are durable and robust to an extreme degree, and British to a tee at all times throughout. Few breakthroughs have helped this reputation quite as much as the significant percentage of watches Bremont produce being set aside for an increasing number of men and women serving in armed forces across the globe. Bremont are also, impressively, official suppliers to the British Ministry of Defence. Their most recent collection includes fit-for-purpose timepieces for several different disciplines, whether that be pilot's watches, dive watches or field watches. Here are five we've tried and tested. BREMONT ARGONAUT A simple three-handed watch with a dual crown system (located at 2 and 4 o'clock) and a super- compressor dive watch style design, the Argonaut's main feature is its internal rotating bezel, designed for tracking elapsed time. Of the three new HMAF watches, this one is inspired by the Royal Navy. At 42mm and with nothing but the centrally mounted time and a 3 o'clock date to distract, the Argonaut is a highly legible watch. Ref No: HMAF-Argonaut / Case size: 42mm / Case material: Steel…

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