Cleaning the lugs on a Bremont

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    Cleaning the lugs on a Bremont

    Hi All
    A newby to more upmarket watches though still the proud owner of a Seiko SKX399. Love it.

    Looking at taking the next step and the Bremont Supermarine S500 looks gorgeous. I've noticed on some youtube videos that there is a small amount of daylight between the edge of the lug and the case - I understand this is a result of the triptick construction where the lugs are part of the top bezel section, and the case is a separate element.

    I'd be wearing my watch as a daily, I'm fairly active on the cycle commute and sweat. Isn't the gap (tiny I know) an issue for cleaning when dust/dirt/sweat can get in there?

    Thanks so much for any comments from luck owners.
    Simon

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    Re: Cleaning the lugs on a Bremont

    Quote Originally Posted by Pickle531 View Post
    Hi All
    A newby to more upmarket watches though still the proud owner of a Seiko SKX399. Love it.

    Looking at taking the next step and the Bremont Supermarine S500 looks gorgeous. I've noticed on some youtube videos that there is a small amount of daylight between the edge of the lug and the case - I understand this is a result of the triptick construction where the lugs are part of the top bezel section, and the case is a separate element.

    I'd be wearing my watch as a daily, I'm fairly active on the cycle commute and sweat. Isn't the gap (tiny I know) an issue for cleaning when dust/dirt/sweat can get in there?

    Thanks so much for any comments from luck owners.
    Simon
    I wear my mb3 nearly every day for active sports like running and cycling. I get grime in these spots, possibly the knurled barrel helps accumulate the grit. But a quick spray or dousing under the sink clears it away quickly. In fact I find it quite easy to maintain appearance wise. I find that my Seiko diver is harder to keep clean. Not sure why.


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    Re: Cleaning the lugs on a Bremont

    I had one of the last generation supermarines for a while and never found it difficult to clean. It’s a great watch!




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