. Bremont is strongly associated with the aviation world, so when the Henley on Thames watchmaker made its first foray into the diving category, naturally it was named after one of the world’s most iconic seaplanes: the Supermarine S.6B, which famously won the Schneider Trophy in 1931. This 2018 edition is engineered with the brand’s stainless steel Trip-Tick® case which houses a BE-36AE automatic movement – COSC-certified to chronometer standards of precision. It’s rated to an impressive 500 metres of water resistance and cleverly positions the crown so your wrist can move freely while diving. We offer a two-year warranty for all working parts and manufacturing faults for luxury watches. For more information, contact one of our experts by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org "