Bremont is known for making the absolute hardest watches out there. These are the watches being chosen by present day voyagers and militaries everywhere on the world and they’re taken to the shafts and subjected to gigantic G-forces. Gold presumably isn’t the main thing that comes to mind when you consider Bremont, yet today we have the hearty ALT1-C chronograph delivered in rose gold with classic styling, presenting a new exquisite side of Bremont.
This isn’t the primary gold watch Bremont has made – both the Victory and the Codebreaker are accessible in rose gold – yet it is the non-restricted release gold watch from the brand. This new watch begins with a similar establishment as the remainder of the ALT1-C chronographs. There is a 43mm Trip-Tick case, a COSC-certified caliber BE-50AE automatic chronograph development (aggregating as long as 30 minutes), and a sapphire caseback allowing you to take a gander at the movement.
A Closer Look At The Bremont ALT1-C Rose Gold Classic Chronograph
But, rather than the typical tempered steel, the case here is 18k rose gold. The color is a nice, delicate rose gold and the case barrel is black PVD-treated, offering a tad of contrast. The dial is somewhat grayish with Arabic numerals denoting the hours. The two subregisters are recessed and circular-grained, just as bearing similar Arabic numerals for the running seconds at 9 o’clock and the brief aggregator at 3 o’clock. With the blackened steel hands and moderately negligible printing, the dial is truly exquisite yet in a decidedly current way.
This isn’t your typical Bremont, yet it’s a distinctly Bremont take on the two-register dress chronograph. Production will be restricted (however this isn’t restricted version) and just around 65 pieces will be produced in 2013. The ALT1-C Rose Gold Classic Chronograph is priced at $18,250 and will be accessible in November 2013.
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