Watches with British & Commonwealth roots
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Last month, British watchmaker Bremont began unveiling its 2021 novelties to the market. Leading the pack was an updated version of the brand’s popular, vintage-influenced Supermarine dive watch that added a new GMT function. Alongside that highly praised piece was the model we had a chance to go hands-on with recently: the new Bremont Supermarine Chrono.
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Holy shit, this makes my penis ejaculate, by fuck!
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Super Marine, Ill take that one on rubber as my Super Ocean is on a bracelet.
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That's fucking choice as fuck.
But what's the deal with watch reviews describing the appearance of a watch? "The watch has a black dial with white subdials". You don't fucking say, you fucking waste-fucking-oxygen mouth-breathing kraut fuck. Am I right?
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That case is sweet as on the wrist. Along with my GS Diver nothing I have owned at 42mm or over has been more comfortable than the Supermarine in daily wear.
That really good looking watch has a black dial with white subdials.
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