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Thread: Titanium supermarine confirmed.

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    That will be a fantastic addition to the range. We'll have one of those!

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    Senior Member CaptLeslie's Avatar
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    Maybe I am just seeing things but to me it looks like a 4 hand movement! The yellow large hand seems to be a second time zone, which would come in quite handy on the pole! I will be ready next year for my third Bremont! Cheers Jim
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptLeslie View Post
    Maybe I am just seeing things but to me it looks like a 4 hand movement! The yellow large hand seems to be a second time zone, which would come in quite handy on the pole! I will be ready next year for my third Bremont! Cheers Jim
    I think I agree with your assessment. I don't see a day window either, which I guess you wouldn't need with a GMT hand. Love the thought of this watch! Hoping we are right!
    Last edited by jwalker9; 11-21-2013 at 03:56 PM.

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    Very cool!
    Is this a 500 or 2000?

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    saw this on twitter which looked a little clearer and def looks like a 4 hander

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbohobbit View Post
    ..........The watch will then undergo rigorous testing before production plans are finalised.........
    It would seem that trekking to a pole is not rigorous enough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarders View Post
    It would seem that trekking to a pole is not rigorous enough!
    Belt 'n' braces ;-)

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