Limited Edition Hawking
Unlocking mysteries of the Universe
Limited to only 88 Pieces
Bremont’s 10th iconic Limited Edition
Classically styled and sophisticated
The Bremont Hawking Limited Edition Collection is dedicated to British scientist Stephen Hawking, whose study of time enhanced our understanding of the universe and beyond.
3 year warranty
Bremont focuses purely on beautifully made mechanical movements and every watch in our core collection has passed each of the rigorous precision tests necessary for the ISO 3159 chronometer designation. Every movement is finished to the highest levels of craftsmanship and all are guaranteed to within -4 and +6 seconds per day. For this reason Bremont is one of the few watch makers to offer at least a 3-year warranty on every timepiece.
Proudly made in the UK
Great Britain has a wonderful history when it comes to watch making and has probably been the home to more advances in horology than any other nation. Bremont is determined to play a pivotal role in the reinvigoration of this industry on British shores and as a result, Bremont manufactures parts at its Parts Manufacturing Facility and every Bremont is hand-build and tested before leaving the Henley-on-Thames workshop.
The classically styled Bremont Hawking White Gold Hawking features a retrograde seconds hand and grand date, contains 4 wooden discs inlaid into the back of the watch taken from the desk at which Hawking contemplated the mysteries of the universe. This exquisite chronometer also contains some meteorite to symbolise the cosmos displayed at the centre of the striking hand-finished case back, as well as an etching of stars from the night sky in Oxford on date that Hawking was born. The serial number is printed on paper from original copies of a 1979 seminal research paper commonly referred to as “The ‘nuts’ and ‘bolts’ of gravity”.
The finer detail you’ll want to know...
Modified calibre 11 ½''' BE-36AE automatic chronometer, 25 jewels, Glucydur balance, Anachron balance spring, Nivaflex 1 mainspring, 28,800bph, 38 hour power reserve. Bremont moulded and skeletonised decorated rotor.
Hour/minute/120° arc retrograde 30 seconds sub dial at 6 o’clock. Double window big date at 12 o’clock position.
18ct White gold in Bremont’s Trip-Tick® construction. Case diameter 41mm, height 14.20mm. Screw-down crown.
Stainless Steel, 18ct Rose Gold or 18ct White gold case back with integrated flat sapphire crystal. Four screws to complement case material. Revealing a stainless steel decorative plate coated with black PVD and enamel, inlaid with a Meteorite disc, surrounded by four wooden panels and an individual serial number laser engraved onto original Stephen Hawking manuscript paper.
Matte Black/Blue metal dials with polished applied indexes and ‘black hole’ spiral etching. Bevelled, polished nickel/rose gold hands with white Super-LumiNova®. 360 degree marked dial ring. Matte White sub dial with white calendar discs.
Domed anti-reflective, scratch resistant sapphire crystal
Water resistant to 10 ATM, 100 metres
Rating & Certification
Non Chronometer tested
Bremont’s 10th iconic historical Limited Edition
Uniquely commemorates the life of the remarkable Professor Stephen Hawking
Hawking's Treasured Possession
The wood sample in the timepiece originates from an oak, William & Mary slope-front bureau desk drawer thought to date back to the early 18th century.
This exquisite chronometer also contains some genuine muonionalusta meteorite to symbolise the cosmos.
Retrograde Seconds and Grand Date
The classically styled Bremont Hawking Limited Edition watch features a retrograde seconds hand and grand date.
Limited to 88 Pieces
The watch’s serial number is printed on paper from original copies of a 1979 seminal research paper commonly referred to as “The ‘nuts’ and ‘bolts’ of gravity”.
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