Bremont Watch Company Pty Ltd
Bremont Watch Company Pty Ltd


As the RNLI celebrates its 200th anniversary, Bremont proudly presents a collection of 3 timepieces, commemorating this significant milestone and the vital work the charity accomplishes in saving lives at sea. Each RNLI timepiece is a limited production of 200 pieces.

We are honoured to have partnered with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) to create a bespoke limited edition watch to celebrate the RNLI's 200 years of saving lives at sea. The RNLI is a charity that provides a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service and seasonal lifeguard services across the UK and Ireland, saving over 143,000 lives since its foundation in 1824.

The new Bremont RNLI watch is designed to reflect the RNLI's commitment to saving lives and will feature bespoke details, including the iconic RNLI branding on the dial and case back.

A percentage of all the proceeds from the sale of the limited edition watches will go directly to support the RNLI's life-saving work, making this partnership an excellent example of how two British institutions can collaborate to make a positive difference in the world.

Bremont Watch Company Pty Ltd



Bremont is an award-winning watch company producing beautifully engineered chronometers at its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Henley-on-Thames.

Since its inception in 2002 Bremont has crafted watches Inspired by a love of flying historic aircraft, of watches and all things mechanical, our timepieces had to be tested beyond the normal call of duty. Our motorsport watches pay tribute to beautiful machines made by bastions of British engineering. From Williams F1 to Jaguar, we partner with companies who share our ethos of high-quality craftsmanship alongside classic design. The Motorsport collection features unique Bremont timepieces with subtle design elements inspired by vintage motorsport. As always, each mechanical watch is engineered to the highest standards of durability, legibility and precision. At Bremont, our watches must run exactly to time, but we do love to celebrate speed.