Strap + Wearability
Bremoir’s Lexington ships on a leather strap made by Delugs in Singapore. They’re constructed with some nice uniform stitching, but I don’t love the choice in leather or colors. The Havana (darker of the two) comes with a dark navy suede that leans purple with contrast stitching. The Montauk Dawn (peachy-salmon with copper accents) ships on a baby blue strap with a slight pebbled pattern. Maybe I’m just a bit more conservative, but either of these would look excellent with a natural leather strap.
Even though Bremoir isn’t making the straps themselves (totally fine, not many manufacturers do in-house straps), they did add their own special buckle. It features the same stepped design seen on the bezel and does a great job of bringing the whole design together.
On the wrist, the 39mm case is comfortable. I had mentioned earlier that it has a nice heft to it, with the head of the watch weighing in at 71 grams. For reference, a Black Bay 58 Blue clocks in at 65.4 grams, while the Seiko SPB143 weighs in at a chunkier 84.7 grams. Even though the Lexington features vintage-styled design, it has the construction and feel of a modern watch.