Vertex Bronze 75

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  • In 1944, Vertex along with 11 other companies were tasked by the British Ministry of Defence to produce a timepiece that we know better today as one of the "Dirty Dozen". The Caliber 59 Nav watch is celebrated in British and international military and watchmaking history even today.

    Vertex was revived in 2016, a century after its establishment, by Don Cochrane, the great-grandson of founder Claude Lyons. Its first line of watches paid homage to the brand's Dirty Dozen success with the M100, a faithful homage to that same watch. And now, Vertex has introduced a bronze variation of the M100, with the Vertex Bronze 75.

    The Vertex Bronze 75 bears the number 75 on its name because Vertex is marking 75 years since end of the Second World War with this special timepiece. The watch is rendered in bronze CuSn8, which tends to patina quickly. It's the same bronze alloy which we opted for our 36mm IWC Mark XI tribute watch and more recently for the Hanhart Limited Edition 417 Chronograph.

  • Model: Bronze 75

    Hours, minutes and seconds

    Material: Bronze (CuSn8)
    Dimension: 40 mm
    Dial: Black



    Custom ETA 7001

    Power Reserve 42 hours

    Super-LumiNova (SLN 7501C Arabic numbers)

    Water Resistance:

    100 meters

    Strap: Comes fitted on a brown leather strap with 2 springbars with quick release system, bronze CuSn8 buckle; two additional straps: a Zulu Alpha ZA Vertex 75 Strap and an A.F.0210. strap (replica of strap used in WW2)
    Lug Width: 20mm
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