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Bremont Isle of Man TT Limited Edition Celebrates the Most Dangerous Race in the World

Bremont's newest chronograph celebrates one of the fastest, and most dangerous race in the world, the Isle of Man TT. ...

A lot of marketing around chronographs typically leans towards the association with cars, but less common is the association with the car’s two-wheeled cousin, the motorcycle. Bremont’s newest chronograph brings the focus back to motorcycles by celebrating one of the fastest and most dangerous motorcycle races in the world, the Isle of Man TT.

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Bremont is the Official Timing Partner to the event and they’ve really leaned into that by creating a very fun piece with plenty of motorcycle motifs. While most of the watch is a typical chronograph, the dial plays with the concept of a speedometer gauge on a motorcycle. The main hour track mimics a gauge with a black sector running from 8 o’clock to 4 o’clock. It’s a purely aesthetic addition as the hands still rotate 360º. The sub-dials also follow this trend looking like the subsidiary gauges on a bike. The sub-dial at 3 o’clock even has a little Isle of Man crest engraved. 

Despite all the racing motifs, Bremont managed to sneak in a date window at 6 o’clock that doesn’t feel superfluous. At first glance it’s completely possible to miss it as it almost feels part of the speedometer gauge.

The 43mm steel case relies on the brand’s Trip-Tick construction with its modular architecture. The top of the watch features a steel module integrated with the lugs that frames a central container in stripped steel coated with black PVD. No exhibition caseback this time as there’s a steel caseback engraved with the Isle of Man TT circuit and is secured to the case by five screws. Other measurements include 15mm in height and 49mm lug-to-lug.

Features include a bidirectional rotating bezel with a black ceramic insert and white tachymeter scale. This bezel frames a domed sapphire crystal with AR coating. A pair of screwed pushers and a screw-down crown allow for a water-resistance of 100m.

Powering this bad boy is an automatic chronometer-certified calibre BE-50AV, a movement based on the architecture of the 7750 with a 56-hour power reserve. 

These arrive on an integrated rubber strap (that naturally looks like tyre tread) closed by a pin buckle.

These are available now but limited to 67 pieces (a nod to the number of sections on the circuit) priced at $8,800 AUD ($5,995 USD).


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