Introducing the Bremont ALT1-P2 JET

Introducing the Bremont ALT1-P2 JET

One of Bremont’s most memorable models of recent times was the U2-51/JET, a blacked-out model that graced Tom Hardy’s wrist in Venom. And while this watch is sure to make headlines on Hardy’s wrist in the upcoming Venom sequel, the sinister superhero wasn’t the inspiration for this blacked-out chronograph, the ALT1-P2 JET.

Bremont ALT1-P2 JET
Bremont ALT1-P2 JET

Bremont — one of the quintessential aviation-inspired brands has looked once more to the skies for the thematic impetus for the ALT1-P2 JET, and found it in an … odd place. Gravity Industries, founded by Richard Browning. Gravity Industries makes the Gravity Jet Suit, which is what you get when you strap a bunch of miniature kerosene-powered jet engines onto your body, using your arms to steer. And while it might be too early to tell whether or not this bold new frontier of manned flight is the future or merely an amusing oddity, it’s certainly the sort of British-born oddity that Bremont has a history of getting behind, and perhaps the most forward-looking design in Bremont’s arsenal is the ALT1 Chronograph.

So Bremont has taken that base and doubled down with the ALT1-P2 JET, a dark take on the brand’s popular chronograph: that old radium-look lume (which Bremont refers to as ’51 lume’) pairs with Bremont’s tough case — 43mm of steel using Bremont’s Trip-Tick design — to create a look that comes across as modern and clean. The 16mm thick watch is powered by the BE-53AE automatic chronograph movement, but you might have a bit of an effort making it out — as it is obscured behind a smoky sapphire caseback. As for attaching it to your wrist, you’ve got two options, a black vintage leather strap or a DLC bracelet.

Bremont ALT1-P2 JET

While you might not be bold enough to strap into a rocket suit, there’s no reason to fear the dramatic looks of the ALT1-P2 JET.

Bremont ALT1-P2 JET

Technical Specifications


BE-53AE automatic chronometer, 42 hours of power reserve, chronograph with hours, minutes and seconds, date display


Black DLC-coated steel, 43mm by 16mm tall, Trip-Tick case construction


22mm black vintage leather strap or DLC bracelet


4195 GBP (USD 4979) on strap, 4595 GBP (USD 5453) on bracelet


Felix Scholz

Felix Scholz has spent the last decade covering watches from his home in Australia. Given this, it's surprising that he still struggles with time zones. Over the years he's become a firm believer that less is more when it comes to watch design – except when a rainbow bezel is involved. He's written for numerous titles including Hodinkee, GQ, A Collected Man and more. These days he looks after the Australian edition of Revolution and takes a break from writing about watches to talk about them, as the co-host of OT: The Podcast.

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