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    2020 watches

    I know that our main focus isn't watches at the moment but at the same time we're all going to need something to keep us occupied over the coming weeks and months so I've decided to start a new thread to discuss the three new watches just launched by Bremont.

    Project Possible LE -

    ALT1-C Griffon -

    ALT1-P2-JET -

    My own thoughts - I really like the the look of the bezel on the Project Possible LE and the fact that it's bronze is a nice touch. As a stand alone watch it's a stunner and very desirable. My issue with it is that it's far too much like the Endurance. If you don't already own the Endurance and are looking for something similar then it's a good buy but if you do own the Endurance then I think you would struggle to justify the PP LE. The ALT1-C Griffon is growing on me daily and I'm really looking forward to seeing it in person in the coming months. It's stylish and a worthy addition to the ALT-C range and I would go so far as to say it's one of the better looking watches in the range, especially if you like the vintage appearance. The ALT1-P2-JET is somewhat 'Marmite'. I think some people will absolutely love it and others won't. I like it, especially with a bracelet but its also one I would never buy. I don't think I could wear it as it's too 'shouty'. It's more Arnold Schwarzenegger than George Clooney if you follow what I mean.

    I'm sure that others won't agree with me so I'll look forward to hearing your thoughts.

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    The PP is like you said far to similar to the Terra Nova; RNCD2 & Endurance . Which have all been LE's. Shame as it takes the shine off the others.

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    The ALT1-C Griffon is fabulous - a real contender for my next watch...

    My apologies for lack of content around the next watches on the forum - as you can imagine everyone is preoccupied trying to weather the current storm. As soon as we have anything to post from Bremont HQ, we will - I promise.

    Stay safe everyone. Donít buy too many new watches whilst self-isolating.


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    Quite fond of the use of bronze in the PP. Not as certain of the yellow in the color scheme...

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    The more pictures I see of the Griffon, the more I want one. That's a fine looking watch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andyg156 View Post
    The PP is like you said far to similar to the Terra Nova; RNCD2 & Endurance . Which have all been LE's. Shame as it takes the shine off the others.
    I agree. When I first saw the front view I really liked it bit the moment I saw the back I thought 'Endurance'. I also think the bezel looks slightly out of place compared to the rest of the watch. I'm reserving final judgment for the time being.

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    Senior Member Bc321's Avatar
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    Big fan of the Project Possible. Navy with bronze is a fantastic combo. Stay healthy and safe kids!

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    Bremont P-51, ALT1-C, ALT1-B, AC1, Alt1tude SE

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

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    I love the PP, I think the bronze makes the watch stand out compared to the other supermarines and I think it matches Nims perfectly with what he has achieved. But for me the best is the griffon and the meaning it has behind it, has to be a special one. Hope everyone is well!

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    Iíd have been all over the PP if it had sword hands and a 0-24 lumed bezel.

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    The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it. :smokin::twit::smokin:

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