Bremont’s Everest-Topping Project Possible Watch is Limited to Just 300

British watchmaker Bremont has been busy in 2020, launching several new releases. The latest Bremont additions are the new ALT1-P2 Jets, ALT1-C Griffons, Rose, H-4 Hercules, Broadsword, Arrow, Argonaut, MBIII 10th anniversary, Jaguar D-Type, MWII Flying Tigers, S2000s, S300s, and Solo-34 LCs. But what might gain the most attention for the British brand is their Bremont Project Possible timepiece. This particular watch was worn by Bremont ambassador Nirmal “Nims” Puja MBE as he set the new record for climbing all 14 of the world’s 8,000-metre peaks in the shortest span of time.

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Bremont's short hand and long hand watch

A former Gurkha Regiment solider and British Special Forces Operator, Nims not only beat the old record for climbing the world’s tallest mountains, he completely destroyed it. Formerly, the record was a little over eight years. Nims climbed all 14 peaks in less than 7 months, setting another six world records in the process. Bremont plays into this accomplishment not only as the lead sponsor for Project Possible, but also for being the watch that Nims was wearing—a blue and white Bremont s300 dive watch. Bremont has announced a limited edition S500 to commemorate Nims’ accomplishment. The 43mm dive watch has been used in other limited editions, like the Terra Nova and the Endurance, which was created for polar explorer and Bremont ambassador Ben Saunders as he completed “The Scott Expedition,” a 1,795-mile trek from Antarctica to the South Pole and back.

Bremont watch back view

The limited-edition Project Possible watch features aviation-grade Ti 4-6 titanium and is outfitted with a bronze bezel, which is actually the first time Bremont has used bronze. The insert is blue ceramic and the dial is a matching blue. The hands are done in bronze with yellow accents. The watch will be limited to just 300 pieces and will retail for $6,695.

Even if you can’t get your hands on the limited edition Project Possible watch, the other additions to the Bremont line up are more than worth the investment. You can see their whole collection on their web site, and even order your next watch from there as well.

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Bremont releases March 2020

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