Luxury British watchmaker Bremont has unveiled 'The Limited Edition Longitude,' the company's first-ever timepiece with a manufacture movement.
According to the company, Bremont acquired the full rights to re-engineer and manufacture a caliber taken from Swiss brand 'THE+.' As a result, the company was able to develop the 'ENG376' -- an automatic movement with a pallet running at 25,500bph, a silicon escape wheel, a Tungsten oscillating weight, KIF Shock protection, and a 65-hour power reserve.
The timepiece's impressive movement is enclosed within a 40mm case that comes in either stainless steel, white gold, or rose gold. The watch itself features a metal dial with a blue finish, a large date window, and a unique power reserve indicator inspired by the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England.
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