Hands-On with the Latest Versions of the Cool Brellum Duobox Chronograph (Inc. a New Power Reserve Version)

Hands-On with the Latest Versions of the Cool Brellum Duobox Chronograph (Inc. a New Power Reserve Version)

Sebastien Muller began Brellum in December 2016 with the introduction of the Duobox , an elegant stop-watch which offered excellent incentive for cash. This attractive, retro-propelled chronograph is actually pleasantly executed, powered by the reliable Valjoux 7750, and coming with a COSC authentication – All this at an entirely reasonable cost, as this little autonomous brand offers direct-to-client with no middlemen. Brellum has as of late unveiled two new chronographs that keep the fundamental elements of the Duobox yet all the while add a marginally extraordinary vibe.

The Brellum Duobox Chronograph with Brown Dial

The initial one is brown-dialed Duobox, worn on a brown leather tie polished off with contrast white line. The combination of the useful usefulness of the watch with the new dial and tie makes for a truly unmistakable watch. The dial has delicate reflections and the play of light adds a ton of profundity. The lash is made of delicate calf leather whose tone will in general change as the tie ages. Typically, I am not one to get excessively brave with shaded dials however this one truly works for me.

The watch is likewise available on a Milanese bracelet. Any remaining specs are indistinguishable from the current Duobox models, so head on over to our starting article about the brand for more data. The watch retails at CHF 2,390 on a leather tie and CHF 2,450 on a bracelet, much the same as comparable models.

The Brellum Duobox Power Gauge LE.2 Ghost

The second new model unveiled by Brellum is a dark on-dark restricted release that demonstrates that dressing in dark is a no-bomb choice. Combining a steel-DLC case, a dial with differentiating markers and a rough dark texture tie, it is present day, lively yet not about glimmer and rather about stealth.

One of different specificities of this restricted release is its development, the type BR-750-PR. Like the other Duobox Chronograph, it depends on the attempted and-tried Valjoux 7750, however with the expansion of a power save sign. The rotor is introduced in dark and bears the individual restricted release number. It is the second time that Sébastien Muller gives a restricted release this development showing the power reserve.

As with the remainder of the line-up, the retro-propelled case is 41.8 mm in width in spite of the fact that it feels a touch smaller on the wrist. It highlights mushroom-type push-pieces and domed scratch-safe glare-sealed box sapphire precious stones on the two sides of the watch.

The Brellum Duobox Power Gauge LE.2 Ghost comes on a lively texture tie (Nebur sleuth) and is gotten with a collapsing buckle. The watch is conveyed with a complimentary NATO elastic tie. Valued at CHF 3,120, and just 13 pieces will be produced. For more data, please visit www.brellum.swiss .


Technical particulars – Brellum Duobox Power Gauge LE.2 Ghost

  • Case: 41.80mm width x 16.20mm stature – DLC-steel – box sapphire gem, box sapphire caseback with against reflective covering – water impervious to 50m
  • Movement: BR-750-PR type (base Valjoux 7750) – mechanical with automatic winding – 46h power hold – 28,800 vibrations/h – 25 gems – hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph, date and power save sign. COSC chronometer certificate
  • Strap: texture tie (Nebur detective) with collapsing buckle and extra elastic NATO strap.
  • Limited edition of 13 pieces
  • Retail price: 3,120 CHF