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    Difficult one.

    1. ALT1-WT Blue.
    2. ALT1-Z Black
    3. Supermarine S500 Blue, old faithful.

    I really need a top 10.

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    H4 Platinum
    1918 Platinum
    Codebreaker RG


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    Nice selection!

    Quote Originally Posted by Andyg156 View Post
    1918 Platinum
    I'm going to assume that you mean the white gold 1918, I don't believe that they did a platinum version.

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    Yep correct. Blue dialed option..

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    For me, in no particular order - and it changes like the wind:

    1. EP120
    2. ALT1-C/CR
    3. SS Supersonic
    Last edited by RedsBluesGreens; 02-22-2021 at 08:43 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBluesGreens View Post
    2. ALT1-C/CR
    I think that's probably the best 'every occasion' watch that Bremont do. It doesn't get to the top of my list because I don't think it's more exceptional in one area than those on my list but it's a watch that can be worn for sports, outdoors, casual or dress. It's actually the watch I recommended to another customer in the Royal Exchange boutique around a year or so ago now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theancientmariner View Post
    I think that's probably the best 'every occasion' watch that Bremont do. It doesn't get to the top of my list because I don't think it's more exceptional in one area than those on my list but it's a watch that can be worn for sports, outdoors, casual or dress. It's actually the watch I recommended to another customer in the Royal Exchange boutique around a year or so ago now.
    I agree - it covers all bases and does them very very well. If I had to go with a one-watch collection (from the core range), I think that would be it.

    J.

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