Among luxury label Bremont‘s recently unveiled 2020 watch collection, the ALT1-P2 Jet shines as a stealthy and innovative creation. Modeled after its predecessor, the ALT1-P pilot’s watch, the ALT1-P2 Jet marks the first time for any timepiece in this range to receive a special diamond-like carbon (DLC) coating.
The watch’s dark and smooth composition is defined by its black dial, which features the brand’s signature “51 lume” glowing solution. Touching on recent trends in the timepiece world, the back of the style reveals an exposed mechanical system that’s been doused in all-black for a polished look. Leather or bracelet straps, depending on the preference, finish the sleek design.
The ALT1-P2 Jet is crafted with the intent of being more than just an interesting item to look at, however. Bremont even partnered with British inventor and Gravity Industries founder Richard Browning to put the watch to the test. The imaginative inventor seeks to create a 1000 horsepower “Gravity Jet Suit,” while utilizing the luxury watch throughout the rigorous trials.
The ALT1-P2 is priced at $5,595 USD for the leather strap edition and $6,195 USD for the bracelet version. Look out for the piece to become available in the near future at Bremont’s website.
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The new ALT1-P2 JET is the first DLC-coated case in this line and turning the watch over reveals a smoked crystal exhibition case back with black rotor continuing the stealthy aesthetic. The ALT1-P2 JET takes a classic pilot’s watch into a new age of aviation with the collaboration with British engineering powerhouse, Gravity Industries @takeongravity @richardmbrowning ⠀ Following similar design cues to the incredibly popular U-2/51-JET, Nick English remarks “The U2-51/JET has been a huge success since launch and we anticipate this new ALT1-P2/JET being the next big thing".⠀ ⠀ Discover more online at www.bremont.com.⠀ ⠀ #testedbeyondendurance