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Bremont is bringing British watchmaking back with its first-ever manufacture movement, the ENG376. The movement is based on a caliber from Swiss firm "THE+," which Bremont has acquired the full rights to manufacture and re-engineer. The end result is the Bremont 11 1/2" ENG376, an automatic with a silicon escape wheel and pallet running at 25,500bph, KIF Shock protection, a solid Tungsten oscillating weight, and a 65-hour power reserve. This all comes housed in Bremont's new Longitude timepiece, a 40mm watch that comes in steel, white gold, and rose gold. The watch features a metal dial with a big date window and a power reserve indicator that is inspired by the red ball at the top of the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England. 


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