The Bronze 75

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The Vertex Bronze 75 is a 40mm tribute to the Vertex watch commissioned during the Second World War for the British military. We are thrilled to offer this unique piece of horological history to readers of Gentleman’s Journal. Limited to 150 pieces.


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In 1912, Claude Octavius Lyons set up Dreadnought Watches with a loan from his father-in law. He paid it back within the year, and spent the next 50 years becoming a leading light of the local community and the international watch trade. In 2016, Lyons’ great-grandson, Don Cochrane, re-incorporated the company and has been creating quality, timeless timepieces ever since.



“It’s rare to find a new player on the watch market that creates products of such quality. And, although Vertex is steeped in history and heritage, these new watches are incredibly special — there’s something very cool about owning a watch so rare and unique.”


– Harry Jarman, Editor-In-Chief.



  • Case size 40mm, Case thickness is 11mm. Lug width 20mm and the lug to lug is 48mm
  • Movement cal. 10 1/2 ETA 7001, TOP execution, 17 jewels, bronze CuSn8 case body and bezel, stainless steel case back
  • Water-resistant to 100M
  • Double curved top sapphire crystal with anti-reflecting treatment AR08 + AR06
  • Black matt dial with SLN 7501C arabic numbers
  • Vintage brown leather strap with 2 spring bars with quick-release system, bronze CuSn8 18mm tongue buckle
  • Delivered in an official Pelican case with Bronze edition plate
  • Zulu Alpha ZA Vertex 75 Strap