2020 Bremont Project Limited Edition

Brand: Bremont
Model: Project May

Diameter: 43mm
Thickness: 16mm
Case material: Titanium (Ti 6-4, aviation grade) and bronze
Dial color: blue
Index: applied
Lightfastness: Yes
Water resistance: 500 meters
Strap / Bracelet: 22mm khaki leather strap (Nimes-style striped NATO is optional)

Movement: Bremont BE-93-2AV (basic ETA 2893-2)
Functions: hour, minute, second, date, independent 24-hour hand for second time zone
Diameter: 25.60mm
Power reserve: ~ 42 hours
: Automatic winding
Frequency: 28,800 vph
Jewels: 21
Chronograph certification: COSC according to ISO 3159

A limited-edition GMT dive best fake watch in honor of the incredible and devastating climb of the world’s highest peak by Nims Purja.

Those who work with Bremont replica, the mountaineering community, or some small podcast already know Nirmal “Nims” Purja. Nimes is the ambassador of Bremont, a former Gurkha soldier and a British Special Forces operator, and the record holder for climbing all fourteen eight-kilometer peaks in the world in the shortest time. Before Nims completed the “Bremont Project Possibility”, it was widely regarded as the crown of mountaineering, with a current record of more than 8 years. Nims did this in less than 7 months (and set another 6 world records in the process; you can read more here).

To commemorate this feat and their participation as the main sponsor of the “possible plan”, Bremont has just announced a new limited-edition GMT version of the S500 dive watch, using a special combination of titanium and bronze.

Although Nims broke the regular record, he wore a blue and white Bremont S300 dive wholesale replica watch, but this new LE is based on the brand’s 43mm S500 dive watch and uses a format similar to the previous S500 GMT limited edition, such as Terra Nova and Endurance (the latter was created after the polar explorer Ambassador Bremont and the all-round badass Ben Saunders completed the “Scott Adventure”, during which he and the tower Tarka L’Herpiniere traces Scott’s 1,795-mile route from the South Pole to the South Pole-and then back).

For possible LE projects, Bremont chose an aviation-grade Ti 4-6 titanium case with a bronze bezel (Braymont’s first use of bronze) and blue ceramic inserts. With a matching blue dial, bronze hands, yellow dubbing, and a subtle application of the “possible item” logo, “possible item LE” is yet another interesting and handsome expression of the unique design of the S500.

The S500 is the first Bremont I’ve encountered and the first I’ve reviewed (almost a decade ago). In the past nine years, although my taste is biased against many watches of Bremont’s 43mm core series, I still think that the S500 is indeed an impressive and beautifully executed diving watch. Yes, it is thick and wider in width, but it is also very hard and looks elegant, unlike other products on the market. For this LE, although I usually don’t like two-tone watches, the combination of blue dial, bronze bezel and titanium case works well. From a direct perspective, the bronze color is very subtle.

Although the model I took for these photos was a pre-production prototype with a non-production bottom cover, the final retail version will have a titanium display bottom cover with a view of the rotor that lists Nims for every 14 mountains The height is scaled according to the recording time. Limited, this is certainly not Bremont’s entry-level product, but it does adopt a sturdy design and continues to adopt a special GMT format to celebrate its feat of exploration and adventure-equipped with the S500.fanreviewwatch.com