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Brellum Wyvern 5 Days Limited-Edition Grand Sport Watch Launched Alongside Steel Bracelet For Existing Models

Brellum Wyvern 5 Days Limited-Edition Grand Sport Watch Launched Alongside Steel Bracelet For Existing Models Watch Releases

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Big things are brewing at Brellum HQ. With the holiday season just around the corner, the popular Swiss brand that is known for producing extremely limited, eminently affordable watches is preparing to release not just a new watch that complements its existing lineup, but also a long-overdue accessory that promises to transform not one, not two, but three existing Brellum collections. As the new Brellum Wyvern 5 Days Limited-Edition Grand Sport watch prepares to join the brand’s proprietary family, the new steel bracelet from Brellum gets ready to breath new life into the established Pandial and Duobox collections.

The new steel bracelet is the brand’s pride and joy. It has been designed to fit not just the existing Pandial and Duobox range but also the Wyvern collection (as pictured throughout this article). Using solid stainless steel links, and a five-link formation that mixes link size and finish expertly, the bracelet offers a completely new aesthetic dimension for the brand. While all collections look very much at home on leather or fabric straps, the bracelet transforms the weight and visual impact of each collection, elevating it to something distinctly different, a positive new approach for the brand.

Brellum Wyvern 5 Days Limited-Edition Grand Sport Watch Launched Alongside Steel Bracelet For Existing Models Watch Releases

Bracelet design can often pose a significant problem for smaller, younger brands. While many consumers simply want the option of a bracelet, often with little else distinguishing about its design other than a signed buckle, settling on a design that actively embellishes the watch head takes time. Brellum has ensured that the time in designing the bracelet, which takes cues from established industry models while blending in with the current collection seamlessly, has been well spent.

Brellum Wyvern 5 Days Limited-Edition Grand Sport Watch Launched Alongside Steel Bracelet For Existing Models Watch Releases

Particular attention was paid to the bracelet’s comfort on the wrist, which is just as much down to the quality of finish as well as the dimensions of the links themselves. A specific link profile was developed to increase wearability. The usability of the new Brellum stainless steel bracelet is further improved by the use of a simple, single-blade folding clasp.

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Brellum Wyvern 5 Days Limited-Edition Grand Sport Watch Launched Alongside Steel Bracelet For Existing Models Watch Releases

The new bracelet from Brellum is designed to fit wrists between 16 and 21cm (6.3-8.3″) in circumference. A precise, half-link adjustment system has been added to guarantee a snug and personalized fit. Special tools for assembly and length adjustment are included in the package.

Brellum Wyvern 5 Days Limited-Edition Grand Sport Watch Launched Alongside Steel Bracelet For Existing Models Watch Releases

The Brellum Wyvern 5 Days Limited-Edition Grand Sport watch will be the first watch from the brand that will be available on the new stainless steel bracelet from day one. Limited to just 23 pieces worldwide, Brellum continues its laudable commitment to affordable exclusivity with the latest model to join its proprietary caliber collection.

Caliber BR-18 is a twin-barreled, hand-wound, COSC-certified movement. The rose gold 5n-coated, the hand-decorated engine is proudly displayed through the display caseback and offers a very different view from the rest of the Brellum collection. Thanks to those two barrels, the BR-18 will keep running for a remarkable 120 hours (at 4Hz) on a full wind, with its power status displayed prominently on the dial. By opting for a hand-wound caliber, the overall thickness of the latest Wyvern model has been kept down to 13mm.

Brellum Wyvern 5 Days Limited-Edition Grand Sport Watch Launched Alongside Steel Bracelet For Existing Models Watch Releases

The 42mm case and the timeless dial design result in a versatile watch that has more going on beneath the surface than is initially apparent. The sunray blue dial adds a welcome dash of color to the Wyvern family, debuting the full-metal look with a bang just in time for the holiday season.

The individually numbered Brellum Wyvern 5 Days Limited-Edition Grand Sport watch with blue dial will be priced at CHF 3,690 (excluding taxes) and delivery is guaranteed for Christmas 2019. To learn more about the watch, and the recently released stainless steel bracelet (compatible with the Wyvern, Pandial, and Duobox collections), please visit brellum.swiss.

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  • Jason Mirabello

    no picture of the clasp, come on

  • DanW94

    Not quite sure it’s entirely in-house. I think it’s a Technotime movement that’s been modified. I believe Ophion uses the same hand wound, 5 day movement in one of their watches. At any rate it’s a stellar looking calibre.

    • Jared

      oh yeah def looks like that movement.

      I guess we can add these guys to the list of brands pretending to have in-house movements.

    • egznyc

      I have no idea, but my first thought after seeing the case back was that this closely resembled the Technotime movement used by Ophion in every one of its models to date. I happen to prefer the 786 model with its additional movement modifications – and the Ophion’s dial side is also more to my taste but I could see someone preferring this one over the Ophion (just not me).

  • Swiss_Cheese

    The movement is quite nice, reminds me of the Chronometre Bleu. Did we really need that big of a PR indicator on the dial though? Considering it’s a HW movement it can be put on the back.

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  • Chia Christopher

    This is a brand to look out for. Love their style.

  • Berndt Norten

    I love this watch. It’s a genuine effort at what the French (sorry) call bon rapport qualité prix. (Good value for the money). Above all it is an expression of the spirit of the city of Brellum and the canton of Wyvern.

    • DanW94

      I see what you did there 🙂

    • Mikita

      Grand sports take place in the fine canton of Wyvern. Usually around 5-days long, starting with a shot from Parabrellum.

  • Joe

    At first glance it looked a bit like the recently announced ALS Odysseus.
    I’m not a fan of this look, either by Brellum or by ALS, unfortunately 🙁

  • Joe

    Maybe because I don’t like the look, I club them together.
    Of course the ALS finishing must be superb…but at first glance they’re “samey” to me.
    Over-done (broad) lugs, matched with bracelets that don’t suit the style.
    Here I prefer the (look of the) Brellum, although with stick/baton indexes (not Roman numerals) and the more modern ALS hands, it would look better. The ALS is a strange mish-mash of retro and modern.
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