Bremont has created a limited edition Waterman diver’s watch that has been tested by world renowned free-diver and marine environmentalist, Mark Healey.
Limited to 300 pieces, the watch has a GMT hand and features deep-blue applied indexes on the dial.
The collection is an extension to the Supermarine range with modifications to the core Bremont S500 watch architecture.
The open sapphire backed 500m water resistant case, helium release valve, anti-shock vibration mount and scratch resistant sapphire uni-directional bezel makes it a watch that can be tested to extremes.
“We have a reputation for making incredibly tough and functional dive watches which are all tested intensively by the military and explorers alike, the Bremont Waterman is no exception,” says Nick English, co-founder of Bremont.
“Not only is this new timepiece truly over-engineered which I love, but it has also been a real joy working with Mark. There is no one who respects the strength, beauty and fragility of the oceans more than him, he really is a Waterman in every sense of the word. We are honoured to be working with an adventurer who is so driven by perfection, the ocean environment and who is totally uncompromising when it comes to his equipment. Mark has been testing the Bremont Waterman down to depths of 50m, whilst holding his breath for minutes at a time, and equally whilst riding the likes of Jaws, one of the biggest waves in the world.”