REDUCED: Bremont Supermarine, original version (with free bonus)

3 days ago
Price
$3,000.00
Brand
Bremont
Seller
Michael Sandler
Available on
Watchnet.com
Location
USA
Description

FOR SALE: BREMONT SUPERMARINE S500
I am the original and only wearer of this watch
The watch is in Excellent to Near Mint condition (per the TZ Grading Criteria), and there are no major scratches and no dings.
It is serial number 0084, so it one of the very earliest Supermarine watches.
Text from the Bremont website states:
The first diving watch Bremont ever produced was the 43mm Supermarine 500 which was introduced back in 2009. Co-Founders Nick and Giles English had wanted to build a robust but beautifully engineered diving watch that was very practical in design, but also tied into the brand's strong aviation heritage. The watch had to also hold its own against any other mechanical professional diving watch in terms of engineering, design and price point. The range was named as a tribute to the brothers' love of the iconic British aircraft manufacturer responsible for the Supermarine S6B Schneider Trophy Seaplane and of course the incredible Supermarine Spitfire.
It is running well, of course.
It's an absolutely killer dive watch.
Technical characteristicsReference:
S500
Functions:
Hour, minute, seconds, day, date
Case:
Stainless steel
LDial:
Silver
Case diameter:
43.0mm
Case thickness: 16.3mm at center
Bracelet:
Stainless steel
All relevant boxes (inner and outer) and papers are present, of course.
Also included is an unworn Bremont rubber strap and stainless steel buckle.
This is the strap that would have originally come on the non-bracelet version of this watch.
Photos are included below.
Asking price for this watch is US$3,000 $2,850
including insured shipping anywhere in the USA. Preferred payment method is wire transfer.
Photos speak volumes on this one, so check out the pictures below.
I will entertain all reasonable offers, but I am not interested in trades at this point.
I will not ship internationally unless the offer is extremely compelling.
I have tons of TimeZone and Watchnet references if required.
Please feel free to email me if you have any questions or if you would like any additional photographs.
My email address (click on the link to email me) is michael.sandler@gmail.com.
Thanks
Michael
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