Last year, Bremont Ambassador, Nirmal Purja MBE AKA Nims, a Gurkha who proudly served in one of the British Army's most distinguished regiments, accomplished in just 6 months and 6 days what most are unlikely to ever achieve in a lifetime,

when he took on the Bremont Project Possible, a challenge to summit Earthís 14 tallest mountains, all higher than 8,000m, in less than 7 months.

Taking his place in the mountaineering hall of fame alongside the likes of Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary, he completed the challenge, smashing the previous record of nearly 8 years and breaking a further 6 world records in the process.

To celebrate his remarkable feat and the ultimate mountaineering goal, Bremont has released the Limited Edition Bremont Project Possible watch.

The Bremont Project Possible Limited Edition is based on one of the watches that Nims tested while in some of the harshest environments on Earth.

A Limited Edition of to just 300 pieces, the new watch features a GMT function and is based on Bremontís professional diverís model, the Supermarine S500.

Special features include: an open case-back through which the rotor can be seen detailing the heights of each of the 14 mountains, and in the order that Nims summited them.

A first for Bremont, the Project Possible watch uses of a Bronze unidirectional rotational bezel, made from Cusn8 Bronze Alloy.

The Bremont Project Possible watch has an MSRP in the UK of £4,995.00 and can be pre-ordered with a deposit £1,000.