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The Watches For Movie-Bremont Kingsman Watches

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The spy action thriller “Kingsman: The Secret Service” has their exclusive watch-Bremont Kingsman watches. The three watches based on two of the brand’s existing chronographs, but with some unique features and the fictional secret organization’s logo on their dials.Front of Bremont Kingsman black watch

The three Kingsman watches are differentiated for their respective roles in the movie, with a black DLC steel version of Bremont’s ALT1-B2 GMT watch for new field operative recruits and a rose-gold piece with white dial based on the existing ALT1-WT world time chronograph for the seasoned veteran agents. There’s also a steel version of the World Timer that is worn by a non-agent that is part of the collection as well. All watches feature Bremont’s standard spec sheet of Trip-Tick case, 100-meter water resistance and a modified chronometer-certified 7750 movement. While the DLC version looks largely like Bremont’s existing ALT1-B2 watch, the rose-gold one is the first we’ve seen that case material on Bremont’s world timer. All three watches sport the cryptic Kingsman logo in the lower subdial. Front of Bremont Kingsman rose gold watch
The Bremont watches aren’t the only bit of wardrobe co-branding in the movie. In fact, it is part of an entire new Kingsman menswear label created through a collaboration between the movie makers and British menswear purveyor, Mr. Porter. The wardrobe features clothing and accessories, including the watches, from British brands such as Turnbull and Asser, George Cleverly and Drake’s, among others, and will be available only from Mr. Porter and select Bremont boutiques.Front of Bremont Kingsman white watch

This collaboration doesn’t bother to tiptoe around product placement; rather it blows it wide open and merges a movie and a brand, hoping that moviegoers will love the film so much they’ll want to dress like the actors in it. That remains to be seen but regardless, keep an eye on the wrists of Colin Firth, Mark Strong, and Michael Caine when the movie hits theaters next month. Oh, and if you look really hard, you’ll spot Bremont co-founder Nick English, who has a cameo in the film.