Always a fan favorite at WatchTime New York, British watchmaker Bremont is returning this year to the biggest watch event of the year in North America, this time to launch an updated version. in their famous Supermarine line. Fully dubbed the Supermarine GMT S302, the updated touring diver’s watch includes three color options, including a mostly steel version, a full DLC variant, and a dual DLC and steel model. tones. Bremont will join over 35 other brands with its latest release at the event, with tickets for Saturday and Sunday still available now, here.

On the wrist, the new S302 has the familiar 40mm Trip-Tick case that is water resistant to 300m, with a design reminiscent of both previous Supermarine launches and Bremont watches in general. The screw-down stepped crown and the use of contrasting beveled polishing and brushed finishing add to the watch’s multi-dimensional aesthetic. On the mostly steel version, a green and blue day/night aluminum bezel sets the look, while the two DLC models opt for a black ceramic bezel insert with contrasting cream numerals. The full DLC version is available on a leather or rubber strap, while the other two models are equipped with either that strap or a stainless steel strap; The strap configuration on each model is slightly thinner, with the new design providing a more comfortable fit on the wrist.

Beneath the domed sapphire crystal, we come to the watch’s Supermarine display, presented in a blue or black tone depending on the model, and with Super-LumiNova details throughout. Printed geometric indices mark each hour, while a curved outer minute ring with new orange-accented quarter markers work to make the display easier to read. A subtle date indicator adds everyday utility at 3 o’clock, while an orange-tipped GMT hand complements the local hour hand, altogether for a look that’s both handsome and functional.

The new movement powering the touring diver is an updated version of the previously revised Sellita caliber used in the original S302. Dubbed the revised Caliber 11 1/2” BE-932AV, the new mechanism has a power reserve of 50 hours, up from 38 hours in the previous version of the watch. The automatic movement also features a chronograph rating, whereas the previous movement did not. According to the brand, the updated power reserve and accuracy ratings are the result of improved “pallet performance and barrel optimization,” with these mechanical improvements to be extended to the watches. Bremont’s other lakes from time to time.

The new Bremont Supermarine GMT S302 will launch this fall, with the two-tone version limited to 400 pieces and other options as regular production models. Prices for the new collection range from $3,750 to $4,450 depending on model and strap configuration.

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