The new version of Bremont’s popular diving watch can withstand up to 2000m of water pressure, so our soggy British weather can just bring it on.
Designed for professional divers it’s one hard nut of a watch, with an ‘Anti-Shock’ COSC movement mount to resist large shocks and an Anti-Magnetic faraday cage to protect against the effects of magnetisation.
And if you want further proof of the 2000’s durability it’s best to remember that the its older brother, the Supermarine 500, was field-tested by Bear Grylls – probably as he scaled mountain ranges, wrestled with wolves, and so on.
In fact, the only real difference between the two is that the 2000, with its increased 45mm case size and even more rugged credentials, is bigger and better. Should make withstanding rush hour on the Tube and interminable rain a breeze then.