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    Bremont Basel Press Releases

    Bremont extension the Z line with the introduction of the ALT1-ZT
    http://www.bremont.com/briefing-room...tends-z-series
    Bremont unveils New Titanium Boeing timepieces with added GMT functionality
    http://www.bremont.com/briefing-room...ing-timepieces
    Bremont introduces U-22 Bronze into the U-2 range
    http://www.bremont.com/briefing-room...es-u-22-bronze
    New Bremont watches cement long term collaboration with Jaguar
    http://www.bremont.com/briefing-room...es-with-jaguar
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    I like the new Titanium 3-dial boeing model and the ALT1-ZT
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    Saw Bremont in the metal a while ago at my local AD where i got my Speedy MK2. Bremont's are sexy watches and beautifully finished.

    Love the Boeing Ti and the Jaguar collaboration you posted. Very nice.

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    Those Jaguar Bremonts are amazing looking watches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chicago View Post
    I like the new Titanium 3-dial boeing model and the ALT1-ZT
    Ditto. The other two don't do it for me.
    This is the first I'm seeing the Ti Boeing and quite like it.

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    Agree, the Jag Bremonts look very sweet.
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    I'm not really impressed. Nothing really new here and kinda dull.
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