Bremont has worked closely with world-renowned free-diver Mark Healey to test the brand-new Waterman
Designed with style in mind and built with function as a priority, Bremont worked closely with world-renowned free-diver Mark Healey to test the brand-new Waterman.
Limited to 300 pieces, the timepiece incorporates a GMT hand, with deep-blue applied indexes on the dial.
And as Healy can attest after freediving to 50m, the 500m water resistant case, helium release valve, anti-shock vibration mount and scratch resistant uni-directional bezel makes it a watch for extremes.
It is also built with the sustainability of oceans in mind. As an active ocean environmentalist Healey says: “I absolutely believe that people will only protect something if they value it, and it’s my life’s mission to inspire others to value the ocean the way I do.”
To that end, a percentage of proceeds from all sales will go to Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii, a non-profit that inspires communities to care for their coastlines.
And of course it looks fantastic. “This piece is just as at home four atmospheres under the sea as it is at a black-tie affair,” says Healy. “A well-made timepiece is the only thing that stays with you on your greatest adventures as well as through civilized life.”