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You Can Now Buy Tom Hardy's Watch From 'Venom'

And there's no risk of symbiote infection, either!
IMAGE Columbia Pictures/ Bremont
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Tom Hardy's latest role as Marvel's ill-fated, not-at-all-nosy journalist Eddie Brock is set for greatness.

Blame stellar casting, a dedicated fandom, and a trailer that's downright terrifying. But we can also thank the wristwear, and it's something you can steal straight from Venom

The U-2/51-JET, a classic pilot's watch from British manufacturer Bremont, is now available for non-superhero-folk to buy too, with the label re-releasing a limited number of the on-screen watch. 


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The piece itself boasts heat-treated steel hands for added legibility, alongside design cues from an RAF-approved project to celebrate the centenary of the 100 Squadron: a move well in-step with Bremont's long ties to the world of aviation. 

What's more, it's but a fraction of most Swiss made limited editions. The U-2/51-JET clocks in at a fairly modest £3,995 (around P281,000).

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If you do want to make like Eddie Brock, however, you'll have to be quick. Stock is incredibly limited online, with only a few more drops scheduled for the upcoming month. We'll see you in the queue.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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