Bremont is celebrating two world firsts with The Wright Flyer watch: that of the Wright brothers' first aviation flight and Bremont's first in-house movement. Since launching its first pilot's watch in 2002, the English brothers who founded the brand have had a dream of creating their own, in-house, British-made movement. After years of research and development, the BW-01 was born, with baseplates, bridges and rotors all manufactured in Bremont's workshop in Henley. The watch that houses this pioneering movement is The Bremont Wright Flyer, a timepiece that pays homage to the Wright brothers' first flight in 1903. The movement can be viewed through the sapphire crystal caseback, complete with a small cutting of the muslin used to wrap the historic aircraft embedded in the rotor. This model has a 43mm polished rose gold Bremont Trip-Tick case with a white dial that proudly marks London as the location of its manufacture. Period-inspired Arabic numerals encircle the dial, with central blackened hour and minute hands and a running seconds subdial at 9 o'clock. The automatic movement has a power reserve of 50 hours and is water resistant to 100m. The Bremont Wright Flyer watch is presented on a brown alligator leather strap and is limited to just 100 pieces.