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Bremont Event @ Timeless Luxury Watches

Bremont Event @ Timeless Luxury Watches Shows & Events Sponsored Post

Join Timeless Luxury Watches and Bremont for another exciting event from 4:30pm to 7:30pm Central Time, Tuesday, December 15th, 2015!

Bremont co-founder Nick English and Bremont West Coast Sales Manager, North America, Neil Head will be present to share their passion for watches, airplanes, and all things British with partygoers. We will, of course, have a complete selection of Bremont watches to try on, but we’ll also have Chivas whiskey and English beer!

The highlight of the evening will be a Q&A with Nick English and questions provided by a variety of watch forums as well as the comment section here at aBlogtoWatch. If you can’t attend, worry not, as we’ll be live streaming the entire interview right here! So check back Tuesday December 15th from 6:00 to 6:30 central time to join Nick English and Timeless Luxury Watches!

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  • Too bad about the Chivas and English beer, but otherwise sounds like a lot of fun. I will try to watch the stream on Tuesday.

    • Timeless Watch

      So hilariously correct…..

    • MEddie90

      We don’t drink warm beer, we drink cellar temperature ale. Why anyone would want a cold beer in the North of England when the outside temperature is in the low figures and the indoors isn’t much better because the 600 year old building is terribly insulated is beyond me.

      As for the Chivas…. I’ll stick to the ale thanks. All an upmarket blended whisky does is take good characterful single malts and blend them into a dull homogeneous mix. Seems like a waste to me.

  • Berndt Norten

    See Eric Hobsbawm and Terence Ranger, eds, The Invention of Tradition.

    • CortexUK

      I won’t buy or read anything by that apologist for genocide, but you have a point…

      • Berndt Norten

        I am no fan of Hobsbawm’s views on the Soviet Union. I’m with my homie Yacob Smirnof (‘I love America’). But this collection of essays contains work by people like David Cannadine (no Communist) and it seemed a propos to the Bremont branding….
        And now we return to our regularly scheduled program…for the love of watches. And pens. Man o man does my new Lamy 2000 go well with my black-dialled Orient Bambino…..

  • Boogur T. Wang

    Proper Brit spelling is — whisky.

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