The Bremont Codebreaker/SS Automatic Chronograph Watch is made out of stainless steel and made in pure British design. It got some of its parts from the original artefacts found at the code breaking facility in Bletchley Park, England. The facility is recognized for extending help to put an end to the World War II’s allied forces.
Some of its original artefacts include the floorboard wood for its crown and some Enigma machine parts for the rotor movement of the wristwatch. This is one manly watch that serves as a historical piece too especially with its serial number written on one side of the case. The numbers used for the serial number were taken from the base’s original punch cards.