Introducing The Bremont Project Possible Limited Edition
Those of you on top of either Bremont, the mountaineering community, or maybe a specific little webcast , will definitely know Nirmal “Nims” Purja. Nims is a Bremont diplomat, a previous Gurkha Regiment trooper and British Special Forces Operator, and the one who holds the record for climbing each of the fourteen of the world’s 8,000-meter tops in the most limited range of time. Broadly viewed as a crown of mountaineering, before Nims completed Bremont Project Possible, the current record was set at barely 8 years. Nims did it in under 7 months (and set another 6 world records all the while; you can peruse more here ).
In honor of this accomplishment and their contribution as the lead backer for Project Possible, Bremont has recently reported another restricted release GMT adaptation of their S500 plunge watch in a unique combination of titanium and bronze.
While Nims wore a blue and white Bremont S300 jump watch as he annihilated the standing record, this new LE depends on the brand’s 43mm S500 plunge watch and continues in a comparative arrangement to past S500 GMT restricted releases like the Terra Nova and the Endurance (the last of which was made after polar wayfarer, Bremont envoy, and all-around boss Ben Saunders completed “The Scott Expedition” wherein he and Tarka L’Herpiniere backtracked Scott’s 1,795-mile course from the edge of Antarctica toward the South Pole – and back).
For the Project Possible LE, Bremont has picked a case made of aeronautics grade Ti 4-6 titanium with a bronze bezel (the principal utilization of bronze by Bremont) and a blue earthenware embed. With a coordinating blue dial, bronze-hued hands, yellow accents, and an inconspicuous use of the Project Possible logo, the Project Possible LE is one more fun and attractive articulation of the S500’s unmistakable design.
The S500 was the principal Bremont I at any point got my hands on, and it was the primary I at any point inspected (almost 10 years back). While the previous nine years have seen my preferences edge towards watches that are more modest than a lot of Bremont’s 43mm center line up, I actually think the S500 is a truly great and wonderfully executed jump watch. Indeed, it is thick and on the bigger size as far as width, but at the same time it’s extreme, misleadingly exquisite, and not at all like whatever else available. For this LE, while I’m regularly not a fanatic of two-tone watches, the combo of the blue dial, bronze bezel, and titanium case functions admirably, and the bronze is very inconspicuous from a direct angle.
While the model I went for these photographs was a pre-creation model with a non-creation caseback, the last retail forms will have a titanium show caseback that offers a perspective on a rotor which records the tallness of every one of the 14 mountains that Nims scaled in record timing. Restricted to 300 pieces and conveying a retail cost of $6,695, this absolutely isn’t a passage level contribution from Bremont, however it takes a solid plan and proceed in their arrangement of celebrating immense accomplishments in investigating and experience with an uncommon GMT-prepared S500.
Model: Project Possible
Case Material: Titanium (Ti 6-4, flying evaluation) and bronze
Dial Color: Blue
Water Resistance: 500 meters
Strap/Bracelet: 22mm khaki cowhide tie (Nims-style striped NATO is optional)
Caliber: Bremont BE-93-2AV (base ETA 2893-2)
Functions: Hours, minutes, second, date, free 24-hour hand briefly timezone
Power Reserve: ~42 hours
Frequency: 28,800 vph
Chronometer Certified: COSC to ISO 3159
Evaluating & Availability
Limited Edition: 300 pieces
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