ALT1-C Blue

With 2018 marking 100 years of British military aviation, the ALT1-C Blue has been redesigned in the signature blue synonymous with the RAF.

Bremont ALT1-C BLUE Hero

ALT1-C Blue

ALT1-C/BL/R

£4,895.00
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Strap Sizing

The measurements for this strap type are listed below. Please note, our strap lengths are based on the wrist size. Sizes are approximate and may vary marginally.

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DESCRIPTION

With 2018 marking 100 years of British military aviation, the ALT1-C Blue has been redesigned in the signature blue synonymous with the RAF. The understated blue pantone works well with a blue nubuck strap and celebrates this landmark year, befitting for a brand steeped in aviation heritage.

  • BE-50AE automatic chronometer with 42-hour power reserve
  • 43mm hardened stainless steel Trip-Tick® case construction
  • Water resistant to 10 ATM, 100 metres
  • Blue nubuck strap

Technical Specification

Movement

Calibre 13 1/4''' BE-50AE automatic, 25 jewels, Glucydur balance, Anachron balance spring, Nivaflex 1 mainspring, 28,800bph, 42 hour power reserve. Bremont moulded and decorated rotor.

Functions

Hour/Minutes, small seconds counter at 9H. Date at 6H. Chronograph centre sweep seconds hand, 30 minutes counter at 3H.

Case

Hardened stainless steel Bremont Trip-Tick® construction with scratch resistant DLC treated case barrel. Case diameter 43mm, lug width 22mm, case thickness 16mm.

Case Back

Stainless steel with integrated flat crystal, 5 stainless steel screws with polished heads.

Dial

Metal dial with various ground colours. Nickel hands with Super-LumiNova® C1 luminous coating.

Crystal

Domed anti-reflective, scratch resistant sapphire crystal.

Water Resistance

10 ATM, 100 metres

Ratings

C.O.S.C chronometer tested.

Certification

Individually serial numbered with accompanying C.O.S.C certification.

What makes the ultimate pilots' watch?

Inspired by their own love of flying, Bremont co-founders Nick and Giles English set out to answer this question. The story of pilots and their wristwatches began when the first aviators took flight over a century ago. Initially used for navigation, the complexity of pilots' watches developed in line with aviation's technological advances. Now we can reach the highest altitudes at supersonic speeds, but a pilot's watch will always be vital equipment. At Bremont we are passionate about aviation. We take inspiration from all aspects of its magnificent heritage. Our pilots' watches form the core of our collection and are lovingly engineered to be functional with finesse, whether in the hangar or heading for the clouds.