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    Hereís some pictures from Bremont of the first of the new boutiques - this one in St Annís Square, Manchester.

    The best bit? It opens tomorrow for those in the area! Pop in and meet some of the Bremont team!






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    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBluesGreens View Post
    Here’s some pictures from Bremont of the first of the new boutiques - this one in St Ann’s Square, Manchester.

    The best bit? It opens tomorrow for those in the area! Pop in and meet some of the Bremont team!





    Cheers for this.
    Haven't been round Manchestoh since before lockdown.
    It'll probably cost me though

  3. #63
    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBluesGreens View Post
    Here’s some pictures from Bremont of the first of the new boutiques - this one in St Ann’s Square, Manchester.
    I really like this and I'm pleased to see a Bremont boutique in the north of England. I'm a little bit curious though, this one seems to have sprung up out of nowhere and wasn't one of the three boutiques that were originally mentioned?

    For those in the north east of England, CW Sellors (Jura watches on the web) have opened a store in Whitby and they're selling Bremont. When I called in they had a SS Hawking, green and grey Jaguar 60th as well as a number of more standard watches. For anyone who doesn't know Whitby, you should. It's a stunningly beautiful fishing town and well worth a visit. There's also Watches of Whitby which s a Rolex dealer for those who want to mix it up a little.

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    The Jaguar jumps out doesn't it, sort of like a leaping cat.I'll get my coat.
    I'll have to get the train into Manchestoh nearer xmas.
    Thanks for the pic.
    Last edited by Lancaster; 11-04-2021 at 05:35 PM.

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    Dropped into the Manchester boutique today, with my dad for a bit of father and son time.
    Both big watch fans, and both Bremont owners.

    Must say the boutique is fab, great layout, huge collection, and some really cool interactive displays, which customers can use both from in and outside the shop.
    It's a stand where once you select the watch, the watch will rise up out of its casing, and an information video will play about the watch showing its background, and the more videos you watch the more you learn about the brand.

    Micheal and Leo were both brilliant in store, happy to talk about anything and everything bremont, I walked away with my MBIII steel bracelet, which HQ kindly shipped up to Manchester for me to collect and have it sized.
    My dad walked away with a Bremont solo 34mm for my mum, an absolutely gorgeous watch.

    Well worth a visit for anyone who happens to be in Manchester and has some time to kill.

  7. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by Jenks78 View Post
    Dropped into the Manchester boutique today, with my dad for a bit of father and son time.
    Both big watch fans, and both Bremont owners.

    Must say the boutique is fab, great layout, huge collection, and some really cool interactive displays, which customers can use both from in and outside the shop.
    It's a stand where once you select the watch, the watch will rise up out of its casing, and an information video will play about the watch showing its background, and the more videos you watch the more you learn about the brand.

    Micheal and Leo were both brilliant in store, happy to talk about anything and everything bremont, I walked away with my MBIII steel bracelet, which HQ kindly shipped up to Manchester for me to collect and have it sized.
    My dad walked away with a Bremont solo 34mm for my mum, an absolutely gorgeous watch.

    Well worth a visit for anyone who happens to be in Manchester and has some time to kill.
    Sounds like a very successful trip.
    I got my missus a Solo 34 last week and she's chuffed with it.
    Do you live near Manchester ?

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    Hi Lancaster,

    I do indeed just South by about 30-40 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenks78 View Post
    Hi Lancaster,

    I do indeed just South by about 30-40 minutes.
    I'm about the same distance away on the train, time wise.
    Similar surname as well I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenks78 View Post
    Dropped into the Manchester boutique today, with my dad for a bit of father and son time.
    Both big watch fans, and both Bremont owners.

    Must say the boutique is fab, great layout, huge collection, and some really cool interactive displays, which customers can use both from in and outside the shop.
    It's a stand where once you select the watch, the watch will rise up out of its casing, and an information video will play about the watch showing its background, and the more videos you watch the more you learn about the brand.

    Micheal and Leo were both brilliant in store, happy to talk about anything and everything bremont, I walked away with my MBIII steel bracelet, which HQ kindly shipped up to Manchester for me to collect and have it sized.
    My dad walked away with a Bremont solo 34mm for my mum, an absolutely gorgeous watch.

    Well worth a visit for anyone who happens to be in Manchester and has some time to kill.
    Glad you enjoyed the visit to the boutique & the staff were knowledgeable, that is always a great plus point in my view.
    I popped up to Bluewater last Friday & was disappointed that the boutique there was not open yet.

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