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    What would your first bremont be??

    hi i really love the bremont range of watches and was justt wondering which bremont watch would you buy and why...

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    Re: What would your first bremont be??

    A U-2 would be my first choice because I use count-up bezels frequently, then the Solo second, both choices solely based on the simplicity and legibility of their designs.

    OTOH, the new LE HMS Victory is a very clean design as a chronograph with retrograde seconds. Pricey though.

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    Re: What would your first bremont be??

    Thanks for the reply march one keep them coming

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    Re: What would your first bremont be??

    The Supermarine with the blue/white sapphire bezel. A very refreshing look on a diver's watch.
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    Re: What would your first bremont be??

    Quote Originally Posted by pcanezo View Post
    The Supermarine with the blue/white sapphire bezel. A very refreshing look on a diver's watch.
    Wish you had not said that as my head is wrecked between this watch and the mbii in orange!! lol

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    Re: What would your first bremont be??

    I think that the MBII and SM500 watches are _the_ Bremont watches to own. Any Bremont will feature their signature aesthetics, which are great and fairly unique. Only the SM500 and MBII add the tech that IMO makes Bremont a value-added proposition like Sinn or Damasko. Besides, I think that the Supermarine is the best looking diver available today!
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    Re: What would your first bremont be??

    My first Bremont was the blue/blue Supermarine 500:




    I sold it after owning it for less than a month, which is fairly rare on my part these days as I typically keep everything I buy. It was a really nice watch, but I just didn't bond with it. I have considered getting another, but in the black dial/mint green lume combination, but I'd like to take a look at the Supermarine 2000 first when it's released to see how it compares.
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    Re: What would your first bremont be??

    Mine was the Alt1-Z/DG

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    My next might be the upcoming White Solo....
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    Re: What would your first bremont be??

    Quote Originally Posted by mattjmcd View Post
    I think that the MBII and SM500 watches are _the_ Bremont watches to own. Any Bremont will feature their signature aesthetics, which are great and fairly unique. Only the SM500 and MBII add the tech that IMO makes Bremont a value-added proposition like Sinn or Damasko. Besides, I think that the Supermarine is the best looking diver available today!
    Which tech are you referring to?

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