Bremont is the watch brand for adventurers and people fascinated by aviation. Especially of that latter category there are quite a few in The Netherlands. Not only the country of KLM but also known for having an interesting aircraft history with Fokker (turned into a supplier for the aviation industry after having produced air planes themselves for decades). People with a fascination for aviation (or being adventurers of course) do not longer have to get their Bremont watches on-line or via other countries, as there is now a new point of sale for The Netherlands: Harry Tromp Jewelers in Amsterdam.
Harry Tromp has been in existence for over 25 years. Mr Harry Tromp trained in the North of Holland. Juwelier Harry Tromp is located in the heart of Amsterdam not far from the famous Dam Square.
Harry Tromp himself is passionate about working and developing independent brands in the Netherlands. Hence we can find the likes of Chronoswiss, Eberhard, Graham, Ulysse Nardin, Ressence in his collection.
Harry and his team pride themselves to being very knowledgable on every watch brand they sell and provide a first class service. The store has customers from all over the world entering a relaxed atmosphere sipping good strong Dutch coffee whilst choosing their new watch.
Harry on Bremont watches says: “We have known about Bremont from an English colleague for a while. We are very impressed with the quality, and the fact that they have a subtle different look to them to any other brand. Also the way they produce their Limited Editions with taking materials from historic pieces is extraordinary and of course a great talking piece. We are all very excited also with their Boeing watches and that again they offer something very unusual. Everyone is very welcome to come and view the collection in our store.”.
More information on Bremont watches, click here.
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