Bremont Codebreaker No.145/240
Bremont Codebreaker No.145/240
Here we have something very special and our first ever Bremont!
What a first watch to have in our collection with such a great story behind it from the superb British watchmaker.
This is a limited edition one owner watch is one of only 240 made and this watch is unworn and comes complete with everything it left the dealer with in April 2015
We are offering this unique watch at a very competitive price thats £2000 less than others on the market. We believe this will an excellent investment watch or just one to happily enjoy every day.
Here is some further information. More pictures will follow soon.
BE-83AR Flyback chronograph. Diameter 13 1/4″, height 7.90mm, 39 Jewels, three-legged Glucydur balance with Nivarox 1 mainspring 28,800 bph. Incabloc shock protection and 46 hour power reserve. Perlage and blued screwed decoration with hand crafted stainless steel and Bombe rotor.
Sweep hours, minutes, sweep Flyback chronograph seconds, 30-minute chronograph counter and 60 second hand counter, GMT second time zone, date.
Hardened stainless steel Bremont Trip Tick case construction with treated inner barrel with punch card limited edition number (material from Bletchley park). Case diameter 43mm, lug width 22mm and case thickness 15mm. Crown inlaid with pinewood from Hut 6, Bletchley Park.
Hardened stainless steel case back with integrated hand etched sapphire crystal. Automatic rotor inspired by the Bombe machine incorporating parts of an original German Enigma rotor.
Etched metal dial and treated brass hands, London on the dial.
Domed anti-reflective, scratch resistant sapphire crystal.
10ATM, 100 metres.
Alligator black strap and spare leather nato strap.
Sold out. 240 were made in 2013
Courtesy of Ablogtowatch we have sone further background below.
The Codebreaker commemorates Bletchley Park’s involvement in World War II military intelligence. Essentially the headquarters for British code breaking and decryption, Bletchley Park is responsible for unlocking the secrets of the German Enigma and Lorenz machines, which helped to greatly expedite the end of the war. Bremont is paying tribute to the successes of Bletchley Park by designing a watch that not only looks the part but also incorporates actual physical elements from Bletchley Park and the technologies they helped to develop (or crack). Additionally, Bremont will share some of the proceeds from the sale of the Codebreaker to help support continued plans for the restoration and preservation of Bletchley Park.
The Codebreaker is styled after 1940’s officer’s watches and in this aesthetic Bremont really shines. The Codebreaker is Bremont’s first flyback chronograph, offering a two register display and a 24 hour GMT hand with a matched scale on the rehaut. Powered by the fully decorated Bremont BE-83AR, the Codebreaker’s movement has 39 jewels and a power reserve of 46 hours. As a brand deeply invested in aviation and military connections, it is great that Bremont now has a flyback chronograph, allowing a single pusher press to stop, reset and start the chronograph.
The Codebreaker, like most Bremont watches, measures 43mm wide and can be had in hardened steel or rose gold. Exhibiting a charming mix of signature Bremont style and vintage military elements, the Codebreaker looks really good, with excellent legibility and a distinctive dial layout. The Codebreaker incorporates two small sub dials, placed low on the main dial, that offer running seconds and a 30 minute display for the chronograph. The GMT display uses a full sized hand with a red arrowhead pointer that references a simple 24 hour scale placed outside the railroad minute track on the outer edge of the dial. There is a date display at six and a balanced use of Arabic numerals to complete the military aesthetic.
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