Bremont Launches New Watch with Michael Wong

Designed in collaboration with renowned actor and aviator Michael Wong, the Bremont MWII Flying Tiger pays tribute to the first American Volunteer Group (AVG) of the Chinese Air Force in 1941-1942, nicknamed the Flying Tigers. 

Based on the design of the U-2 range, which was originally developed for and inspired by a select number of elite military squadrons, the new timepiece has significant aviation pedigree. The MWII Flying Tiger incorporates the brand’s trademark vintage ‘51’ lume, originally found on the limited-edition P-51, together with heat treated steel blued hands. The MW Michael Wong logo features at 9 o’clock with the Flying Tigers logo in the centre of the dial. The white stylised five-petal Hong Kong Bauhinia flower, symbolic of the Hong Kong flag, sits on the end of the bottom crown with a star at the end of the top crown. Turning the watch over reveals an exhibition case back showing the automatic movement through tinted black smoked glass. Limited to 500 pieces, and comes with three different barrel colour options: black, blue and bronze.

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