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    My first Bremont, still looks good, the classic design of the ALT1-C


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    Back to the H4 after wearing the RNCD2 all week

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterdo81 View Post


    My first Bremont, still looks good, the classic design of the ALT1-C


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    I agree, a lovely classic watch, thanks for sharing.


    I am enjoying this one today.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post
    I agree, a lovely classic watch, thanks for sharing.


    I am enjoying this one today.

    Keeping it sharp. I may need to add an MBIII to my collection one day, it's as close to perfect as it can be in terms of size and function, IMO.

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    #WOYW - What's On Your Wrist!

    ..it's as close to perfect as it can be in terms of size and function, IMO.

    J.
    I agree although it states 43mm the watch wears like a 40mm on my wrist and is extremely comfortable. This is the watch I did not instantly fall in love with but after a few days on the wrist I seam to wear it more them any other watch in my collection.
    Last edited by RedsBluesGreens; 02-13-2021 at 01:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post
    I agree although it states 43mm the watch wears like a 40mm on my wrist and is extremely comfortable. This is the watch I did not instantly fall in love with but after a few days on the wrist I seam to wear it more them any other watch in my collection.
    I agree, I find the same with my MBII - it wears slightly smaller than youíd expect, but still has presence on the wrist due to the crown positions.

    Iíve also fixed your quotation in your last post,
    I hope you donít mind.

    J.

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    Still have snow on the ground in the South East, hopefully it will melt soon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBluesGreens View Post

    Iíve also fixed your quotation in your last post,
    I hope you donít mind.

    J.
    Of course not, thank you so much for correcting this, I am not sure why it does not work for me sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bounce View Post
    Still have snow on the ground in the South East, hopefully it will melt soon.


    Lovely, thanks for sharing, I need a Bremont with a day and date function next!

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    The sunburst dial is working its magic there.Nice pic��

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