Briston Watches truly has an eye for the extraordinary. Since the brand’s founding in 2012 by Brice Jaunet, it has made a name for itself with its very distinctive silhouette. The founder’s years of expertise in the watch industry, alongside a family heritage in watchmaking, has empowered the brand to feel confident in experimenting with materials, colour and design. Inspired by the atmosphere of Oxford and Cambridge, the design combines vibrant bold colours and innovative materials to create a never before seen style. Briston prides itself on producing elegant, contemporary timepieces while still remaining authentic to its vision and values. The Briston Clubmaster Classic collection is the perfect example of this.
The line introduced an intricate retro-chic look. Inspired by designs from the 1920s, the design of the watches can be defined by the signature for Briston yet still unusual, cambered-square shaped case. Another feature giving the Clubmaster watches their characteristic look is the case material. The cases are made of cellulose acetate, a material developed from 70% of fibre and flower of cotton. It is generally used in high-end eyewear, however, Briston has adapted it for use in their models, allowing them to construct this timeless style. Keeping true to only using high-quality materials, stainless steel used in these models is premium grade 316L and corrosion-resistant.
This model from the Clubmaster Classic collection is the ideal watch for those who want to stay on trend but still add something unique to their wardrobe. The case is made of acetate and has a tortoiseshell pattern, giving it a more vintage appearance. The model comes with an interchangeable NATO strap, added to the retro design. Where the watch truly shines, however, is in the rich jewel colour of the dial and strap. Both are in vibrant emerald green. Incredibly popular at the moment, green watches are at the height of fashion. The emerald dial has a sunray design. A stainless steel bezel, crown and pushers tie in the design, complementing the hour-markers and luminescent hands. Available in multiple different shades and colour variations, the watch offers something for everyone. The sporty Clubmaster Classic does not let form come over function. The model includes a chronograph function and a date aperture. The hands are filled with Super-LumiNova and the watch is water-resistant up to 100 metres. Versatile and stylish the model will be just at home on a day out as it would be accompanying you to the gym. This is a timepiece that can follow you anywhere and will seamlessly fit into any part of your lifestyle.
After something more classic and masculine? The Briston Clubmaster Classic collection also offers stainless steel models. The Steel Chrono Gun has the same features and functions as the acetate models, though it sports more rugged appearance. Alongside water-resistance up to 100 metres the watch features include a chronograph and a date display. The sandblasted stainless steel case is PVD plated and has a “gun” finish. The strap is leather and adds to the hardy- looking design of the model while ensuring the watch will endure any challenge thrown your way.
An elegant and understated model, this model from the Classic collection is perfect both for day to day life and to be worn on special occasions. The design is clean, simple and sophisticated. Intrigue is added to the watch with the distinctive acetate case in tortoiseshell. The black NATO straps, make the design slightly more casual and contemporary. Rose gold details elevate the style and highlight the exquisite design. The rose gold bezel, crown and hour marker’s complement the colour of the case. Completing the case is a simplistic round white dial with large black hour markers.
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