B.R.M Boat Master

Bracelet strap
Hypalon or Rubber
Pin buckle
Dial finish
Blue sun
Water resistance
100 m
ø 44 mm
10.90 mm
Self-winding mechanical
Power reserve: 38 h, 28800 vph
Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Date, Power reserve indicator, Day/Night
Launch date
Boat Master
Price incl. VAT
4’381 CHF

The new B.R.M Chronographes Boat Master Collection has been designed and developed to accompany all water sports enthusiasts.

The Nautical Spirit of the Dial

One of the distinctive features of Boat Master collection is the presence of a blue sun dial on its 44mm stainless steel case. This dial, with shades of blue reminiscent to the movement of the waves, is adorned with bright rays similar to those of the sun.

Enthusiasts of water sports will be particularly attentive to a detail on the dial, the inscription of the main winds blowing in the Provence region: Tramontane (North), Levant (East), Marin (South), Ponant (West).

The B.R.M Innovations

The Boat Master watches are equipped with three springs known as «Shock Absorbers» (SA), an innovative technology developed by the atelier B.R.M and designed to absorb shocks and impacts to ensure reliable operation even in the most extreme conditions.  

The crown is shift at 4 o'clock made of 316L stainless steel, with B.R.M laser engraved initials and hand-laid lacquer.

To keep it on the wrist, B.R.M Boat Master timepiece is attached to a rubber watch strap or a special bracelet made of Hypalon®. This is the first time that the French watchmaking manufacture has set its sights on using Hypalon® fabric to create watch straps, which represents an innovative breakthrough in the French watchmaking industry. Hypalon® fabric is a synthetic rubber material with excellent resistance to water, tearing, and weather conditions. It is primarily used in the production of diving suits and life jackets.

The Boat Master collection is available in 4 presigious models.



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