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    FSOT Bremont Alt1 ZT/BK -- Full Set

    Hi Guys

    I have a 2 month old Bremont ALT1 ZT/BK for sale or trade. I purchased it from San Fransisco while on vacation, as my 16753 had stalled (it's still in for surgery). The Bremont is a superb watch and extremely accurate, but I am not a really not a strap guy and need to move it on.

    The watch is in near perfect condition with one tiny mark/scratch on the case. It comes with a black Bremont strap as well as a Bremont NATO. Of course, it also comes with the leather carry wallet, pin tool, instruction book, original receipt, slightly scuffed Bremont guide book, and wallet bag.

    The watch itself has proved incredibly accurate and keeps time almost to within the second. Of course, you all know that the ALT1 is a Zulu time watch and records time in three zones via a nifty little roto-click internal chapter ring. The Zulu hand is also independently adjustable. Together with a three zone time function, the watch also has a three sub-dial chronograph complication permitting 12 hours of timing and a date function. The watch is SCOC certified.

    The ALT1 is fitted with a heavily modified calibre 13 '' BE-54AE and is water resistant to 10 ATM, 100 metres. The movement has 25 jewels, a Glucydur balance, Anachron balance spring, Nivaflex 1 mainspring, and gives the usual Valjoux 42 hour power reserve. The watch has an impressive inner and outer AR coating on the crystal and all markers and hands are well coated with Superluminova which provides fairly impressive night readability. The roto-click bezel has the 24/0 hour marker coated in Superluminova so 24 hour hand position can be estimated.

    The watch comes with 3 years warranty as well as retailer supplied 1 year warranty. Almost all of this warranty is remaining as the watch is only two months old.

    I am very impressed with the watch and its performance. It has kept near perfect time losing only 0.1 of a second in a week as measured by my Watch Tracker App. The only reason I am moving it on is that I really don't like wearing a watch with a strap and Bremont's bracelets do not match the material of the case.

    For trading, I am only interested in a 42mm Omega Planet Ocean GMT with black dial and bezel, and silver or orange 3-6-9 markers.

    Buckle has lost a some of the black paint, which is a warrantee issue that I will resolve before completing the deal.

    $3900 obo






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    Good luck with sale. Just a thought if you like the watch, have you considered looking at other bracelet options. Even though I do have a Bremont bracelet I sometimes put a brushed SS mesh on for ease.
    I think it works well on the solo and Alt 1c.

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    Bumpski!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andyg156 View Post
    Good luck with sale. Just a thought if you like the watch, have you considered looking at other bracelet options. Even though I do have a Bremont bracelet I sometimes put a brushed SS mesh on for ease.
    I think it works well on the solo and Alt 1c.

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    I haven't, Andy! I did buy a cheap 22mm bracelet to see if I liked that... I didn't, really: it felt clunky and poorly balanced. Any chance of the mesh on yours?

    I've been wearing a few straps on it, and the Bremont leather (the one I like the most, but still dislike) did this:



    Also, the clasp has pretty much lost all its paint. I'm sure it'll be warranted, though.


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    $3600, and you've got it at $1000 off!


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    Bump!

    Looks great on a NATO and now comes with a black and true bond NATO.




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    SS Submariner no date 1992 (flipped); SS GMT II 2007 (flipped); SS GMT II C 2008 ('M' series) (flipped); SS Sub C 2011 (flipped); 16753, '81 TT GMT 'Root Beer'

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