Stirling Timepieces

Brunt - Steel

£250
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Robust, reliable and unmatched.

The Brunt has taken into consideration functionality, build quality and usability as its basic core value. With inspirations from classic dive watches such as the Rolex Milsub 5513 and Panerai Luminor Submersible, we've created a timeless piece that deserves any operator or collectors attention.

Powered by the reliable and respected NH35 automatic movement you can be confident that this watch will perform under all climates and conditions. Complemented by a luminous green bezel and face, it makes operating at night easy and effective. Our stainless steel housing will allow the watch to enter up to 200m of water ensuring its suitable for all types of operator.

All watches come protected in our custom Stirling Timepieces tough box. Secured within high density foam and sealed inside its durable plastic casing, it keeps your watch protected from dust, water and other hazardous materials.

Specifications

 Dial Diameter 43mm
Case Thickness 12mm
Lug Width 20mm
Illumination Luminous C3 Green
Water Resistance Tested up to 200m (20 ATM)
Weight 100g
Movement System NH35 Automatic Movement
Case Material 316L Stainless Steel
Glass

Sapphire Glass 

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Captain John Henry Cound Brunt VC MC

Our first watch in The Stirling Timepieces tactical range ‘Brunt’ is named after John Brunt VC MC. On leaving school, John Brunt joined the army, training as a Private with the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment in 1941. He gained his commission on 2 January 1943 and was posted to North Africa. Although he was commissioned in the Sherwood Foresters, he never served with them, instead being posted to the 6th Battalion, Royal Lincolnshire Regiment, having become friendly with Captain Alan Money, an officer in the Lincolns on the boat to Africa. On 9 September 1943, the 6th Battalion landed at Salerno (Italy) and Lieutenant Brunt was given command of 9 Platoon  A Company. The unit subsequently moved South East to establish a base in a farm near the river Asa.

On 9 December 1944, Captain Brunt's platoon was dug-in around a house near Faenza, Italy. At dawn, the German 90th Panzer Division counter-attacked the British forward position in great strength with tanks and infantry. The house that Brunt's platoon were holding was completely destroyed by mortar fire. Switching to another position, Captain Brunt held back the enemy although he and his men were outnumbered by at least three to one. His wireless set was destroyed by shell-fire, but on receiving a message, by runner, to withdraw his platoon to a safe position, he remained behind to give covering fire. When his Bren ammunition ran out, he fired a Piat and 2 inch. Mortar, abandoned by casualties, before sprinting over open ground to the new position himself. This aggressive defence caused the enemy to pause, giving Brunt time to take a party back to his previous position, and although fiercely engaged by small arms fire, they rescued the wounded that had been left behind.

During a battle with the 1st Battalion, 2nd Herman Goering Panzer Grenadier Regiment, on 15th December 1943, Brunt earned the Military Cross for his part in rescuing a wounded soldier. Later in the day, the enemy mounted a counter-attack from two sides. Captain Brunt immediately seized a Bren gun, leapt on a Sherman tank and ordered the tank commander to drive from one fire position to another, whilst he sat, or stood, on the turret, directing fire at the advancing enemy, regardless of the hail of small arms fire. Then, seeing some of the enemy, who were armed with bazookas, trying to approach round the left flank, he jumped off the tank and stalked them in front of the Company positions, killing more and causing the enemy to withdraw.

Captain Brunt survived the battle but was killed by mortar fire on the following day. He had celebrated his 22nd birthday just four days before.

Watches

Location Delivery Price 
UK Tracked Delivery (2-4 Days) £10
USA Tracked Delivery (5-7 Working Days) £20
Europe Tracked Delivery (3-5 Working Days) £20
Rest of World Tracked Delivery (5-7 Working Days) £20

All deliveries are insured for the full amount of your purchase.

Accessories

Location Delivery Price 
UK Tracked Delivery (2-3 Working Days) FREE
USA Tracked Delivery (5-7 Working Days) £5
Europe Tracked Delivery (3-5 Working Days) £5
Rest of World Tracked Delivery (5-7 Working Days) £5


Returns

In the unlikely event that you are dissatisfied with your purchase, you are able to return it within 28 days of receipt. 

To return your order, please send an email to returns@stirlingtimepieces.com stating your name, order number and reason for return. We'll be in touch with details of our returns address. 

You must return your order in an undamaged and unworn condition within the original packaging. Failure to do so could result in a refund being refused.

We are not responsible for paying any customs charges (import duty or tax) on any returns. You will be responsible for all costs and charges associated with returning your order.

We recommend you return your order via a tracked shipping method, or request a proof of postage receipt, as we cannot refund or exchange lost returns.

Any orders sent back after 28 days of receipt will be returned to the customer.

Throughout recent years there has been an increase in the number of current or ex armed forces personnel suffering from mental health conditions such as PTSD. There are currently many ways you can support one another in talking about your problems, but here at Stirling Timepieces we felt we needed to do something to support the community further.

Stirling Timepieces will donate 10% of profit from each sale to Military Charities. Although this is the least we can do, we hope that in our journey to develop and grow the brand we can assist in shining a light on the ongoing struggle for service personnel suffering with PTSD. When you make a purchase through our site you are supporting the wider community, and our vision is to create a community that can come together and help.

PTSD is a topic that is close to our hearts and we have designed our platform in a way that we can raise awareness and financially support the community. Although we have worked tirelessly with our watchmakers to design this beautiful range of watches, we have also set up a channel in which we can support military charities through your purchases.