Since Sebastien Muller started Brellum last December his Duobox range has been a huge hit with watch collectors, the success being attributed to a great design, massive attention to detail, superb craftsmanship, and because Sebastien communicates with all his customers directly on social media.
The duo box specs do it no harm either, Dual Sapphire sporting a COSC rated Valjoux 7750, a 46 hour power reserve, 41.8mm case and a 16.2mm thickness. In my opinion at its price point, it is one of the best value for money chronometers on the market currently within the prestige brand sector.
The current Duobox range consists of the Classic collection, The Gold edition and the Limited Edition’s.
The Ghost LE.2 is the latest offering in the Limited Edition. The first Limited edition was the Power Gauge LE.1 Silver Snow inspired by a winters walk in Switzerland, its only fitting that second offering, The Ghost LE.2 is its direct opposite.
The Ghost LE.2 presents with a Nebur Tec watch strap, a technical fabric offering high mechanical capabilities on a deployment buckle. It also ships with an additional black nato strap.
The Ghost LE.2 is limited to 13 pieces, with some already reserved by collectors before the watch was designed, giving further testament to the reputation that Sebastien has acquired.
If you’re anything like me and you love the “Blackout – Black on Black” look on watches then the Brellum Ghost LE.2 is well worth checking out before they are gone, they will go quickly for sure.
Very few people are truly aware of the time and effort that Sebastien puts into his watches, they don’t know that each of the indices is individually machined, or how Sebastien works closely with all his individual suppliers pushing them outside their comfort zones to turn his inspirations into reality.
Most premium brands have a ‘Blackout’ in their collections because they are a must and a complementary collection piece. If you lined them all up together, The Audemans, The IWC, The Breitling, The Blancpain and so on, the Ghost LE.2 would sit right at home for its styling, build quality, design, attention to detail.
Until of course you look at the price tags, The Brellum then stands on its own as an absolute winner for being the best value for money premium Blackout on the market today.