Strap + Wearability
Bremoir’s Lexington ships on a leather-based strap made by Delugs in Singapore. They’re constructed with some good uniform stitching, however I don’t love the selection in leather-based or colours. The Havana (darker of the 2) comes with a darkish navy suede that leans purple with distinction stitching. The Montauk Daybreak (peachy-salmon with copper accents) ships on a child blue strap with a slight pebbled sample. Perhaps I’m only a bit extra conservative, however both of those would look glorious with a pure leather-based strap.
Though Bremoir isn’t making the straps themselves (completely nice, not many producers do in-house straps), they did add their very own particular buckle. It options the identical stepped design seen on the bezel and does an excellent job of bringing the entire design collectively.
On the wrist, the 39mm case is snug. I had talked about earlier that it has a pleasant heft to it, with the pinnacle of the watch weighing in at 71 grams. For reference, a Black Bay 58 Blue clocks in at 65.4 grams, whereas the Seiko SPB143 weighs in at a chunkier 84.7 grams. Though the Lexington options vintage-styled design, it has the development and really feel of a contemporary watch.