Laird Hamilton Joins Bremont For a Limited-Edition Waterman Apex

All proceeds will be donated to the Bimini Biological Field Station Foundation.

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Bremont has now tapped American surfer Laird Hamilton for a limited-edition Waterman Apex dive watch. Developed together to draw awareness to ocean and sealife conservation, the new timepiece utilizes the British luxury watch brand’s “Trip-Tick” case measuring a hefty 43mm wide, paired with a uni-directional GMT bezel.

To keep things running smoothly for athletes and divers, the modified caliber 11 1/2” BE-92-AV automatic movement is housed within Bremont’s signature anti-shock mount, and boasts a 42-hour power reserve. As an added touch, the custom rotor is also adorned with patterns of ocean waves and a shark fin, a design that draws inspiration from Bimini Shark Lab.

For those interested, you can learn more about Bremont’s Waterman Apex over on the watchmaker’s website, where the model starts at $5,095 USD. All proceeds will go toward the Bimini Biological Field Station Foundation.

In other related news, Ulysse Nardin has dropped a limited-edition Diver X Skeleton Black.

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