HANDS-ON: The Bremont ALT1-P2 JET might just be the blacked out chrono you're looking for

Bremont ALT1-P2 JETAviation is the pinnacle of human endeavour. The simple dream of wanting to fly has allowed the very best engineers, scientists, artists, and countless other professionals to flex their talents and serve Earth’s globalisation. Adventure and ingenuity go hand-in-hand when it comes to flying, and so too does it go with Bremont. The English-bred company may have only just reached adulthood at 18 years, though their catalogue has consistently shown a respectable mix of design intrigue and maturity. When considering the future of flying, most people will think of greener, more economical passenger planes, perhaps even reusable rockets that will carry the masses from country to country. Richard Browning is not most people, and his Gravity Industries has been making gigantic leaps forward in miniature jet technology to propel individuals through the air in a flight suit even Iron Man would be proud of. Although looking down at your wrist could be potentially disastrous while wearing the 1000 horsepower jet engines, Bremont have decided there could be no better testing ground for their hardened PVD ALT1-P2 JET.  The ALT1-P2’s general design has all the hallmarks of a pilot’s chronograph, and definitely doesn’t break any moulds. 43mm diameter, far-reaching lugs, generously…

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