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In Praise of the ALT1-P
I've been away for a couple for weeks.
Bet you didn't even notice.
Mostly camping in Norfolk, followed by a cross-country dash to Devon for 5 days.
I have worn this all along
Firstly, it is very comfy on a stretchy rubber strap, and although I like this TF one, I am searching out some others.
The P is a proper quintessential Bremont.
Part of the original line-up, it is still going strong in the range, and rightly so.
It is smart and casual, functional and elegant, capable and modest.
It really is a great watch.
I wore this 24/7 through barbecues, swimming (3 x a day), fishing, digging on the beach, adventuring up the cliffs with the kids, cricket, one hand-one knee catch on the beach, everything. It saw salt water, fish slime, crabs, cooking etc etc. Entertaining 7 kids in a 3-family group involves a lot of activities.
And didn't bat an eyelid.
Okay, so the bezel wandered off 12 a bit after a day or two, but that is my only gripe.
It really is just about all the watch you will ever need.
If it's Lemania-powered, I'm interested. Tool Chrono - interested. Dive Chrono - interested. Interesting - interested