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    Bremont Boeing 100 - Limited Edition of 300 Pieces







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    The Boeing 100 is the first watch if the day! Thoughts?

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    Very different looking. I dig it but not a Boeing guy so I am not sure it is for me. I will need to see in person!
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    I don't think this one is for me. Nice looking enough, but I don't know how I feel about the non-traditional brown dial, along with the yellow accents. On first look, it seems to be a bit too much. Maybe it looks better in person.
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    Not quite sure about this one, I can see what there trying to achieve as a LE for Boeing but it really doesnt hit the mark for me. They have had some better releases supporting brands (MB, Jaguar). In some respects it's quite similar to the TI-247 GMT. It will be interesting to see what price point they sell this for over and above the existing Boeing range.

    Hopefully it will look a bit better in person as it's difficult to tell from the pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baggie68 View Post
    Not quite sure about this one, I can see what there trying to achieve as a LE for Boeing but it really doesnt hit the mark for me. They have had some better releases supporting brands (MB, Jaguar). In some respects it's quite similar to the TI-247 GMT. It will be interesting to see what price point they sell this for over and above the existing Boeing range.

    Hopefully it will look a bit better in person as it's difficult to tell from the pictures.

    I can can confirm it indeed does - and the brown is an interesting shade. Reminds me very much of the cigar dials made by Hublot..



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    Love the panda dial and the date posit is much improved over the regatta.

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    The thing I don't like about all their Boeing models is the lack of an angled inner bezel, it makes the watch looks as though there is a huge gap between the crystal and dial. The angled/beveled bezel helps alleviate that visual effect. I had a Ball Fireman once and it had the same problem, the dial looked like it was 5 mm away from the crystal and felt very hollow and cheap. the Boeings had a much better feel to them but still gave me that cheap feeling....

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    Your picture does the watch more justice than the press release pictures, warming to the watch
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    I can can confirm it indeed does - and the brown is an interesting shade. Reminds me very much of the cigar dials made by Hublot..



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    That's a GMT?


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