British luxury watchmaker Bremont has launched the limited-edition Longitude collection, including the all-new automatic caliber ENG300 Movement.
The classy new timepieces are designed to celebrate Bremont's aviation-based heritage. The company partnered with Royal Museums Greenwich, who donated part of the brass beam from the Royal Observatory to be incorporated into the watch. The entire limited-edition collection is powered by the new ENG300 Movement, an automatic caliber designed by Switzerland-based THE+ and made from various components from the brand's own 'The Wing' facility in Henley, U.K.
The watches themselves feature an ultra-thin 5.5mm design, 22 jewels, a 25,200 beats-per-hour caliber, and a 65-hour power reserve. In addition, all three Longitude timepieces will be available in white gold, rose gold, or stainless steel.
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