Bremont Waterman is a striking new dive watch built to rough it below the waves. Like its marine predecessors, this mechanical chronometer is durable and precise. Bremont worked closely with real-life Aquaman Mark Healey to test the timepiece who also assisted the brand with its Supermarine 500 sapphire crystal case back technology.
Limited to just 300 pieces, this beautifully engineered wristwatch incorporates a GMT hand and features deep-blue indexes on the dial. The core S500 watch architecture is preferred by multiple military units and explorers all over the world. With a sapphire-backed 500m water resistant case, helium release valve, anti-shock vibration mount and scratch-resistant sapphire uni-directional bezel, it sounds more submarine than a wristwatch.
Mark Healey is a world-renowned free-diver, big-wave surfer, Hollywood stuntman and ocean environmentalist. From shark attacks to blackouts, Healey thrives on the danger inherent in his work, making him the perfect man to test the Bremont Waterman.
“I really identify with Bremont’s commitment to design, function and durability,” says Healey. “This piece is just as at home four atmospheres under the sea as it is at a black-tie affair. To me, it’s a reminder of who you are and where you’ve been; a constant and reliable item in a dynamic life.”
With the launch of the Waterman wristwatch, Bremont and Healey are supporting a charity that hits close to home. The largest ocean garbage patch is located between Hawaii and California. A percentage of proceeds from all Bremont Waterman sales will go towards the charity ‘Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii.’
The Limited Edition Bremont Waterman arrives in July-August 2018. You can register interest at the Bremont website. Aquaman tested this Bremont, Thor auction his TAG Heuer for charity.