The Bremont ALT1-ZT/51 ($5900) takes their current ALT1-ZT and combines it with vintage design elements from the currently unavailable P-51 LE. Bremont says the ALT1-ZT/51 is their most handsome and practical GMT chronograph they’ve ever manufactured. The watch is beautifully simple and easy to read.
When compared the ALT1-ZT, the layout remains virtually unchanged except for the addition of chronograph subdials at 12 and 6. While its predecessor is very machine like, the ALT1-ZT/51 has a warm, inviting feel with its matte brown dial and custom Super Luminova markers.
Specs include a 43mm hardened steel case, capped with an antireflective domed sapphire crystal. Water-resistance comes in at 100m and functions include time, a 24-hour GMT hand, and a 12-hour chronograph all running off of a Bremont automatic movement that provides 42 hours of power reserve.
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