Meet the Bremont H-4 Hercules, the rotor of this watch’s movement features birchwood taken from the fuselage of the iconic flying boat of the 1940s. Invented by the eccentric American filmmaker and aviator, the Hughes Hercules H-4 remained the world’s largest aircraft for over seventy years. It was conceived as a strategic airlift flying boat during World War II. While the steel version has a matt black dial, the rose gold and platinum versions have a brown sunburst face. A two-tone flange with a 24 hour scale sits on the periphery of the dial. It sports applied indices that are either nickel (stainless steel version) or rose gold plated (platinum and rose gold versions) and has matching hour, minute, and GMT hands. A small seconds sub-dial is placed at 9 o’ clock and a date window anchors the dial at 6.
|Water Resistance||300 Meter|
|Case Material||Hardened Stainless Steel|
|Shipping Days||3-5 Business Days|