New BRM Watch Inspired by the Union Flag
This summer, the French horological company BRM will release a new model presented in two sizes. The V7-38-England watch has a diameter of 38mm and the V6-44-England watch measures 44mm in diameter. This model portrays a design encouraged by the flag of the United Kingdom.

Each of the interpretations of the new BRM watch is available with a polished stainless steel case. On the front side it is shielded by an anti-glare sapphire crystal. The watch is submersible to 100 meters.

Housed in the case is an eye-catching dial, which reveals hours graduation. The display also exposes three oversized numerals 4, 8 and 12. The hallmark of the dial is the BRM logo presented on the flag background. read more

New BRM Oak Racing 24 Hours Chronograph Watch
French watchmaking brand BRM is famous as the producer of cool racing and car themed wristwatches. Acting as a sponsor of the French Oak Racing team in the course of the forthcoming Le Mans 24 Hours race, BRM has designed a limited edition timepiece to commemorate their partnership.

The new BRM Oak Racing 24 Hours Chronograph watch has been based on one of the brands chronograph models. It demonstrates the signature black and purple colors of the French Oak Racing team.

The case of the watch demonstrates a nice contrast between steel in black PVD and brushed steel. It accommodates an ETA-based automatic chronograph movement equipped with a special BRM rotor.
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BRM Record-TB Watch - Unique in Shape
The timepiece manufacture BRM is excited to introduce its new Record-TB watch, born after four years of research, development and testing.

The new BRM watch is set in a 44mm x 25.5mm case, designed in a sportive style. Crafted from titanium, carbon fiber and stainless steel 316L, it boasts a unique dashboard-inspired shape. In fact, the inspiration behind all the elements of the novelty is the world of car racing.

The dial and hands are instantly visible as soon as the user puts the model flat on his wrist. Therefore, to learn the current time, the driver will not have to take his hands off the wheel - it will be enough just to cast a glance.
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