Bremont Project Possible Limited Edition Watch Review

Bremont Project Possible Limited Edition Watch Review

Launched to commemorate an ultimate mountaineering feat, the stunning new Bremont Project Possible Limited Edition watch celebrates one man who achieved something believed to be impossible. On October 29th 2019, Nirmal “Nims” Purja MBE took his place in mountaineering history when he completed Bremont Project Possible, a challenge that took him to the summit of the earth’s 14 tallest mountains in less than 7 months.

Effortlessly smashing the previous record of nearly 8 years and breaking another 6 world records in the progress, Nims embodies the values of boldness, determination and bravery that Bremont has long stood for. During this adrenaline filled adventure, the Bremont ambassador also tested out several Bremont watches in some of the harshest environments on the earth, proving once and for all that these luxury timepieces can withstand whatever is thrown at them.

Nim’s focus, determination and unwavering self-belief has been utterly inspiring and having him test our watches in these extreme environments speaks to the core of what Bremont has always been about”.Nick Giles, Bremont Co-Founder

Based on the British manufacturer’s legendary Supermarine S500 model, the Bremont Project Possible Limited Edition watch features some remarkable new features that we have yet to see in a Bremont watch before. For the first time in their history, the timepiece makes use of a bronze unidirectional rotating bezel crafted from the finest bronze alloys Cusn8. This material not only looks stunning, but it is superior for its strength and resistance to corrosion.

The bezel is treated with Superluminova and fitted to a 43mm aviation grade titanium case. The case also comes with a scratch resistant DLC treated case barrel, a protective patented anti-shock movement mount, crown protector and an automatic helium escape value to assist in its water resistance of 500 metres. Turn the case over and you can witness the exhibition case back which details the heights of each of the 14 peaks that Nims reached. The heights are all in the order that he summitted them.

The Bremont Project Possible Limited Edition watch showcases scratch resistant domed sapphire crystal glass over a gorgeous dark blue metal dial decorated with the Project Possible logo, gold plated applied indexes and gold plated hands treated with glow in the dark Superluminova. Housed beneath is the BE-93-2AE automatic winding movement which has been certified to an accuracy of -4 to +6 seconds a day. The 21 jewelled calibre also provides a frequency of 28,800 beats per hour, central hands for hours, minutes, second and GMT function, a date window at 3 o clock and a power reserve of 42 hours.

Just like any Bremont limited edition, we have no doubt that the Bremont Project Possible Limited Edition will sell out on its release in April. With only 300 pieces in the series, we highly recommend you place a pre-order for one as soon as you can. Order your own Bremont Project Possible Limited Edition watch at Jura Watches with free delivery and interest free finance options available.

Specifications: Bremont Project Possible Limited Edition Watch

  • Case Size: 43mm
  • Case Material: Titanium with DLC treated case barrel
  • Bezel: Unidirectional, bronze Cusn8
  • Glass: Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment
  • Case Back: Exhibition with special engravings
  • Crown: Screw-in
  • Water Resistance: 500 metres
  • Movement: BE-93-2AE automatic winding
  • Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, GMT, date
  • Power Reserve: 42 hours
  • Jewels: 21
  • Frequency: 28,800vph
  • Dial: Blue metal with Superluminova hands
  • Strap: Khaki green leather
  • RRP: £4,995
  • Limited Edition: 300 pieces
  • Release Date: April 2020

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