BRM has launched a new series of watches directly inspired by the most significant fighter aircrafts of WWII: The Spitfire, the P-51 Mustang North American and the Mitsubishi Zero. Planes that would have been familiar to every schoolboy growing up in wartime.
Warbirds during World War II, these aircraft were flown by intrepid and brave young pilots. They spearheaded their nations’ air forces during the Second World War and filling history books with tales of skill and derring-do.
The BRM timepieces are crafted like a fuselage, complete with inserted rivets, propeller-shaped hands, cases featuring roundels from different countries, horns that reference exhaust pipes and harness-inspired leather straps. With this new collection, BRM once again demonstrates its deep commitment to speed, high-performance and bold engineering — via Watchuseek