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This model is discontinued. Search available models, or to discuss Bremont timepieces with our team.

Celebrating our partnership with Rolls-Royce to become the Official Timing Partner for its all-electric speed record, we have released the ionBird.


    The Bremont ionBird uses a lightweight aviation grade titanium 43mm case and houses a BE-93-2AV chronometer rated GMT movement which is safely cushioned against shock using Bremont’s proprietary ‘Anti-Shock’ technology inside the case. The two time zones are clearly displayed on the very readable dials, and there is a nod back to the early days of aviation with the vintage feel numerals and bronze hands.
    Rolls-Royce broke two world records with the all-electric ‘Spirit of Innovation’, officially the world’s fastest all-electric aircraft. The plane’s cockpit features a Bremont stopwatch.
    Titanium strap.
    Ionbird Bracelet Rolls Royce Motorsport Chronometer
    Ionbird Bracelet Rolls Royce Motorsport Chronometer
    Bremont Chronometers Watches | Mens | IONBIRD ionBird
    Ionbird Bracelet Rolls Royce Motorsport Chronometer

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    Supporting the all electric speed record

    Flight has inspired and benefited us all. The question today is how aviation meets the demands of a growing, more connected society with sustainable, net zero carbon power.

    British Made


    It is not completely unexpected to find that the world sets its time by Greenwich and not by Geneva. Whilst Geneva and Switzerland may be producing the vast majority of luxury wristwatches today, this certainly wasn’t always the case. In 1800 half of the world's watches, around 200,000 pieces a year, were produced on British shores by British watchmakers, which is an incredible statistic. Another wonderful statistic is that probably over 60-70% of the innovation in a modern day mechanical watch has come from Britain, including every major escapement design. Bremont's mission has always been to play a part in bringing back watchmaking to British shores.

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