The Bremont SOLO-32 Ladies Chronometer Collection sees the introduction of a new 32mm case and a number of new dial designs.
The SOLO-32 AJ line has a more modern aesthetic with applied index markers and named in honour of one of the English brothers’ childhood heroes, Amy Johnson, who flew her DH-60 Gypsy Moth from England to Australia in 1930. Complementing this model is the SOLO-32 LC timepiece which is classic and timeless. Named after Lettice Curtis, arguably the most remarkable female pilot of the Second World War, flying a wide range of military combat aircraft with the Air Transport Auxiliary and being the first woman to qualify to fly a four-engine bomber.
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Bremont was thrilled to host the UK team who will compete in the Invictus Games in Toronto later this year at a brunch in the City of London.
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