Poll: Which is your favorite Bremont Rotor?

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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by jwalker9 View Post
    That is Giles personal EP-120 with his initials engraved and the year it was made.
    Euan Giles I wonder?

    Maybe you should be the Oracle, Jeremy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oracle View Post
    Euan Giles I wonder?

    Maybe you should be the Oracle, Jeremy!
    Yeah, I bet that's correct! Love the new avatar, Oracle

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    Yeah, I bet that's correct! Love the new avatar, Oracle
    It's how I look first thing in the morning!!

  4. #14
    For me it has to be either the P-51 or EP120. The p-51 seems a little more balanced imo but then the ep120 is the original and started the whole Bremont LE! I also love the Victory rotor just because it's so different.
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    Bremont Victory
    Bremont P51
    Bremont ALT1-C
    Bremont Alt1tude SE DLC
    and just a few others...

  5. #15
    For me it has to be the EP120 just because it was the first LE, oh and I've got one
    Iwc Big Pilot
    Bremont Boeing Model 1 White
    Panerai Pam 305
    Panerai Pam 422
    Ball Diver Chronometer
    Ball Fireman II
    Lum-Tec M54 Bronze 24/200

    Worn in that order

  6. #16
    I believe that when you align the rotor correctly on the Victory it marries up with the etching on the caseback to make up Lord Nelson's seal (http://forums.watchuseek.com/f444/br...es-876632.html for interest)

    But the EP120 wins for me, even though I did design the Chinook Watch rotor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarders View Post
    I believe that when you align the rotor correctly on the Victory it marries up with the etching on the caseback to make up Lord Nelson's seal (http://forums.watchuseek.com/f444/br...es-876632.html for interest)

    But the EP120 wins for me, even though I did design the Chinook Watch rotor!
    You are "right on" regarding Lord Nelson's Seal. Difficult to see the etching in most pictures, but it's there!

    Very cool that you were responsible for the CH-47 rotor design! I bet you're glad to see that it made the list

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    P51 for me but also really liking the new A10...... Ep120 a close 3rd!
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    Current Bremont Watch List:
    Bremont P-51, ALT1-C, ALT1-B, AC1, Alt1tude SE

    The Other Stuff:
    Rolex, Oak & Oscar, ML Ponto S Diver, Longines, Seiko, G-Shock, Tag Heuer

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by jwalker9 View Post
    Very cool that you were responsible for the CH-47 rotor design! I bet you're glad to see that it made the list
    Honoured indeed!

  10. #20
    For me I think they are all great…. I like both the simple but cool ones like the A-10 and the Globemaster while the LTDs ones are so clever in their design referencing that they have their own level of grooviness… just great stuff… and I can't see 'any' other manufacturer being able to do this and actually get the designs to work… it is very impressive what the guys have been able to turn their hands to so to speak…. and for a brand to come up with a range that really doesn't have any 'dogs' then that truly is amazing….. well done people.. A

    Oh and Happy New Year to the forum.. :-)

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