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Bremont Broadsword Bronze

Inspired by its use in naval engineering, Bremont introduces a new version of its Broadsword timepiece with a bronze case. The 40mm case is made out of CuSn8 bronze, a rugged alloy that is enhanced with a mix of copper and tin to enhance the bronze's durability and resistance to corrosion. Built to meet the specifications of the British Army, the watch will come in slate, tobacco, or sotek (above) on nubuck or vintage-style leather and is powered by the chronometer rated BE-95-2AV automatic movement, which features a 38-hour power reserve.


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