Brellum Pilot Power Gauge Chronometer

A few weeks prior, Brellum uncovered its Pilot Power Gauge Chronograph that commenced with a restricted version in DLC-steel or steel, including a dark dial with old radium hands and markings. The independent brand presently circles back to a ‘regular citizen’ non-restricted rendition. Meet the Brellum Pilot Power Gauge Chronometer.

Brellum showed up on the free watchmaking scene only a couple years prior as Sebastien Muller, a fourth-age watchmaker from Porrentruy in the Swiss Jura, introduced the debut assortment: the Duo-Box. This flawlessly executed chronograph stands apart with its unique development including box-type sapphire precious stones on the two sides of the watch. The front one ensures the dial while the one at the back permits the chronograph development to be respected in detail. This abnormal decision offers extraordinary wearing comfort and furthermore takes into account a moderately meager case band.


Based on the Duo-Box, the Pilot Power Gauge highlights trademark pilot watch ascribes, for example, the B-Uhr-enlivened three-sided direction list at 12 o’clock. Following a debut restricted release including a dark dial combined with old radium markings and hands, the model is back in more rich clothing. The new choices incorporate blue, silver or dark sunray-design galvanic dials. The markers and hands are silk brushed and rhodium-covered. In trademark Brellum style, the 41.8mm case highlights mushroom-type push-pieces, two domed scratch-safe, glare-sealed box sapphire precious stones. It is molded out of 316L steel and the water-obstruction is appraised 50m/5 ATM.

Turning the watch over, the presentation caseback uncovers the programmed development enlivened with pèrlage, Geneva stripes and blued screws. The openwork rotor is propelled by turn organizers, flight instruments that permit pilots to control the situation of their airplane. It is engraved with the inscription ‘Chronometer Officially Certified’. This vigorous, dependable and precise programmed development is the BRELLUM BR-750-PR type. In light of the Valjoux 7750, it comes with the development’s unique 12-9-6 design and it is changed with an additional power hold marker at 3 o’clock. The specs are that of the 7750, which means a cam-and-switch incorporated chronograph, running at 4Hz and with a 48-hour autonomy.

The Brellum Pilot Power Gauge Coordinator comes with a calfskin cowhide tie with grayish sewing or on a 5-column steel arm band. To offer its watches at a sensible value, Brellum sells them straightforwardly to customers without any merchants, retailers or go betweens. These are accessible only at the brand’s site. Cost is set at CHF 2,890 (excl. charges) on a cowhide tie and CHF 2,990 on a bracelet.