The new limited edition Bremont Codebreaker will be arriving at The Watch Gallery mid-December. The collection is limited to 240 steel pieces and 60 rose gold pieces. What makes these watches so great is they are both made of pieces from deciphering machines from World War 2, the Enigma machines.
The watch has an open case back and displays the working mechanics. It also displays a secret message: BTRUERMIONNGT. I can only decipher this message to be: BREMONTTURING, Alan Turing being the ‘father of computer science’ having developed the first model of a general purpose computer. He also devised a technique for breaking German codes using the Enigma machines.The Bremont Codebreaker
The Watch Gallery mid-December. The collection is limited to 240 steel pieces and 60 rose gold pieces. What makes these watches so great is they are both made of pieces from deciphering machines from World War 2, the Enigma machines.
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Bremont Watch Company are a luxury watch company based in England formed by two brothers, Nick and Giles English. The company was created from their love of aviation and engineering which they inherited from their father, a PHD student of Aeronautical Engineering from Cambridge. Their watches focus on four principles: Mechanics, Precision, Durability and Aviation.