The DNA of the U-2 chronometer lies firmly with the military following the pioneering development and dramatic success of the Bremont military air-crew watch developed in association with the world’s largest ejection seat manufacturer, Martin-Baker. The elite 9th Reconnaissance Wing at Beale wanted a watch with the same testing history as the Bremont MB but one that had also been custom-tested to their own requirements.

The finished U-2 chronometer has most of the advanced elements of the MB, including; the Anti-shock rubberised movement mount; designed to withstand the MB ejection seat program, but also added functionality.

U 2 Story

Datos técnicos


Cronómetro automático de calibre modificado 13 de 6,35 mm (1/4 in) BE-36AE, 25 rubíes, equilibrado glucydur. Resorte principal Nivaflex 1, 28.800 A/h, reserva de marcha de 38 horas, rotor moldeado, esqueletado y decorado Bremont.


Hora/minuto/segundo, fecha y día a las 3:00.


Diseño de acero templado inoxidable Trip-Tick® con bisel giratorio bidireccional. Jaula de Faraday antimagnética de acero con interior suave parcial para proteger el mecanismo. Montura patentada con protección contra impactos. Diámetro de caja de 43 mm, anchura de la correa de 22 mm. Bisel interior bidireccional patentado Roto-Click®. Accionado por la corona a las 4:00.

Reverso de la caja

Acero inoxidable con cristal plano integrado, 6 tornillos de acero inoxidable con cabezas pulidas.


Esfera de metal, números y manecillas revestidos de SuperLumiNova.


Cristal de zafiro abovedado, antirreflectante y resistente a los rasguños.

Resistencia al agua

10 ATM, 100 metros.


Cronómetro homologado por COSC.


Número de serie individual con certificado COSC.

The Bremont U-2 was designed exclusively for, and tested extensively by, the elite Spy Plane Squadron based at Beale, California. These incredible pilots regularly take their iconic aircraft up to 80,000 feet on reconnaissance missions that often last over 12 hours. Three retail models are available, which have all been put through their paces at 100,000 feet and -50oC in the laboratory and out on missions. The U-2 is so rugged and built for purpose that's it has become a popular model on which some of our bespoke military projects have been based.


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