The S2000 Supermarine Automatic is a timepiece made by British watchmakers Bremont, remarkably it’s been tested to a depth of 2,000 meters (or 6,560 ft.) without any structural or even superficial damage.
It was named for the Supermarine S.6, a pre-WWII single-engined, single-seat racing seaplane built by Supermarine Aviation Works – the same company that would develop the Spitfire in 1936 in the lead up to all-out war in Europe.
Bremont’s S2000 Automatic is fitted with a Swiss-made calibre 13 1/4″ BE-36AE automatic self-winding movement with 38 hour power reserve, it also has a fascinating anti-magnetic Faraday cage inside a patented anti-shock movement mount.
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