An engineering masterpiece
40mm Trip-Tick® case
Bremont manufactured movement
65 hour power reserve
Tested to H1 Timing Standard
The Supernova is Bremont’s first integrated bracelet design crafted by Bremont’s in-house engineers. A masterpiece in design and engineering, this 40mm stainless steel timepiece features a 'Albus' white dial, and is powered by the Bremont manufactured ENG375 movement. As with all Bremont watches, durability has been a key consideration and as such the Supernova features a hardened top bezel, anti-shock technology and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal.
Shipping & Returns
- As part of our commitment to delivering exceptional quality, some watches are individually hand built upon order. This means your timepiece may have a shipping lead-time. You can find details about this and what to expect on each product page
- Tracking is available for all shipping services.
- Place your order by Thursday 14th Dec, to ensure delivery before Christmas. Excludes watches that are hand built to order.
- Free shipping on orders over $5000
- Please allow 3-5 working days for delivery after dispatch
- Most orders are dispatched within 2 working days, unless a lead-time is specified
- Shipping via DHL
REST OF WORLD
You must notify Bremont of your intention to return an item within 30 days of receipt. Conditions apply.
5 year warranty
The ENG300 series will come with an increased warranty of 5 years subject to Bremont's terms and conditions which include registering the watch within 30 days of purchase. Failing to register your watch within this timeframe will result in the warranty period reverting to Bremont's standard international warranty of 3 years.
Proudly made in the UK
The United Kingdom 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. Every Bremont is hand built and tested before leaving the Henley-on-Thames workshop.
The development of the complex Supernova case has been nothing short of a pursuit of perfection. It is a contemporary timepiece fashioned in a new Trip-Tick® case which has evolved Bremont’s classic three-piece case construction to achieve a crisp, exquisitely finished aesthetic with beautiful curves and angles.
The resulting ergonomic design is sublime to the touch and beautifully plays with light through the contrasting brushed and polished effects found across the case construction and dial.
Turning the watch over reveals an exhibition case back where the ENG375 calibre and decorated rotor can be viewed, protected by a rubber anti-shock movement mount.
The finer detail you’ll want to know...
Bremont 11 1/2’’’ ENG375
Silicon escape wheel
Free sprung hair spring with inertia weight timed balance and KIF shock protection
Rhodium plated bridges with gold plated automatic bridge
65H Power Reserve
Rhodium plated solid tungsten rotor, custom decorated with fine graining and engraving
Power Reserve Indicator at 6 Hour
Big date at 3 Hour
Stainless steel Bremont Trip-Tick® case construction with fine detail graining and polished facets.
Scratch resistant DLC treated case barrel.
Hardened top bezel.
Bremont patented Anti-shock movement mount.
Screw down crown decorated with polished enamelled Bremont logo, with signature decoration ring.
Case Diameter: 40mm
Case Length: 53mm
Case Depth: 11.1mm
Brushed stainless steel with integrated flat exhibition crystal with 4 stainless steel screws.
Dial & Hands
Metal dial with classic Bremont raised central section, framed with a perimeter of CD lines.
Dial ring with minutes track and markers at 5 minute intervals printed with Super-LumiNova® (Blue emission).
Recessed power reserve display at 6 Hour with spiral track indicating charge level.
Nickel plated applied Arabic numerals, filled with Super-LumiNova® (Blue emission).
Nickel plated hour and minute hands filled with Super-LumiNova® (Blue emission).
Nickel plated second hand with red tipped pointer.
Nickel plated power reserve hand.
Flat anti-reflective, scratch resistant sapphire crystal.
Stainless steel integrated bracelet finished with graining and polished facets.
Butterfly deployment clasp.
RATINGS & CERTIFICATION
H1 Timing Standard
Bremont's Integrated Bracelet
Beautifully finished in contrasting brushed surfaces and polished facets, the structure is ergonomically tailored to the wrist. The solid, angular stainless-steel links are highly durable and flow elegantly from case to the branded butterfly deployment clasp featuring the Bremont propeller icon.
Powered by a Bremont Manufactured Movement
The Supernova is powered by the ENG375 calibre which features a 65 hour power reserve and comes with an extended warranty of 5 years upon registration. It is tested using Bremont’s H1 Timing Standard, which is directly comparable to the ISO3159:2009 Chronometer test. H1 not only nods to Bremont’s home in Henley-on-Thames but is also named in homage to Harrison’s first ‘H1’ marine timekeeper that famously sought to solve the problem of measuring longitude out at sea.
Trip-Tick® case design
12 stages of hand and machine finishing, grinding, and polishing ensure the satin grain and polished facets are flawless across each case layer of the Trip-Tick® case design. At just 11.1mm tall, the Bremont Supernova sits impeccably on the wrist and its case has been designed and crafted at Bremont's Headquarters The Wing in Henley-on-Thames.
Generous coatings of blue emission Super-LumiNova® have been applied in order to provide optimum legibility in poor lighting conditions.
the h1 timing standard
"All aspects of the Supernova project have pushed the development, knowledge, and expertise of Bremont’s in-house engineering and manufacturing team further than ever before, marking an exciting milestone for Bremont, and indeed the industry."
Nick English, Co-Founder
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