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Monday Mailbag: Hublot & Richard Mille, AHCI For The Average Guy, Bremont Redux

Tonight, Tim Mosso and Josh Thanos discuss new luxury watches, AHCI independent watch brand options at reasonable prices, and new watches from Hublot, Richard Mille, and Bremont. We love independent brands Nouvelle Horlogerie Calabrese (NHC) and Pita Barcelona. Vincent Calabrese offers the Ottica Jump Hour; Aniceto Jiminez of Pita Barcelona offers the Carousel. Which one will you choose? We offer expert insights on both sub-$8,000 independent options. Hublot is ready for Oktoberfest with the Big Bang Bavaria, a 100-piece limited edition that is also the first bronze Hublot Big Bang ever to be offered. At the same time, Richard Mille has launched a 30-piece limited series of the RM070-01, a bicycling-themed commemorative edition designed in cooperation with four-time Grand Prix champion and avid cyclist Alain Prost. At $815,500, this Richard Mille tourbillon with mechanical tally counter is exclusive, but buyers will receive a custom Colnago Italian road bicycle with each purchase. We also address user questions involving the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Geographic sector dial and the Rolex GMT-Master II 116710 BLNR. Tudor watch dials and hands are discussed, and we consider the relative merits of the Vacheron Constantin Historiques Triple Calendar 1942 and 1948. Finally, we revisit the active and fulminating commentary on last week's topic, the Bremont 1918 Chronograph limited edition. Get our APP! https://www.govbergwatches.com/watchbox/ Please Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/WatchBoxStudios Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/watchbox/ BUY WATCHES HERE: http://www.thewatchbox.com