Bremont ALT1-C/PW Watch Review
Tuesday - 28 October 2014
The watch is based on the Bremont ALT1-C collection and takes inspiration from the Victory Limited Edition. It is the first polished steel Bremont watch to form part of its core collection, and will only be produced in limited numbers each year.
“Having seen such a fantastic response to the ALT1-C Rose Gold, and with our classic collection being a bestselling range for Bremont, we felt it was fitting to further add to this line with a new polished steel version," said Giles English, Bremont co-founder. "This is also the first time we have ever used our hardening process on a polished case. The ALT1-C timepieces are particularly popular due to the timeless design and the polished steel was very well received with the Victory model. As such we feel the introduction of this elegant dress watch will add a new dimension to the range. Like the rose gold model, the case boasts more rounded edges, a white dial and more traditional numerals and hands."
The Bremont ALT1-C/PW case will undergo a hardening treatment which provides high impact resistance while retaining its polished surface finish. This coating is widely used in the aerospace industry due to its "extreme hardness, excellent toughness, good wear and high impact fatigue resistance".
As with all Bremont watches, the model will be manufactured at the brand's watchmaking facility in Henley-On-Thames. The timepiece is COSC certified and powered by the Calibre 13 1/4” BE-50AE automatic movement, with a Bremont moulded and decorated rotor. The 43 mm case has a PVD treated barrel, and the etched metal dial is protected by a domed, anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.
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