Bremont P-51 Watch

Jul 01, 2011 No Comments by

Here’s the perfect gift for the pilot who has everything: a limited edition, custom watch that was made with parts from a P-51 Mustang!


The Bremont Watch company was started by British brothers in 2002, and since then they have been offering high-quality, aviation-inspired timepieces. Their latest, the Bremont P-51, incorporates aluminum from the fuselage of “Fragile But Agile,” (P-51K-10 serial number 44-12016), a Pacific WW II warbird. The watch’s dial is inspired by the clocks found in the P-51 aircraft.  Only 251 of these special watches will be made, and they’ll cost about $12,000 U.S. For more aviation-inspired watches and clocks, go to www.bremont.com.

Debra Cleghorn, Featured News

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