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BREMONT ARROW 42MM MENS WATCH £2516.50 @ Wakefield’s Jewellers. Extra 15% off for armed forces or veterans (£2139.25)
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BREMONT ARROW 42MM MENS WATCH £2516.50 @ Wakefield’s Jewellers. Extra 15% off for armed forces or veterans (£2139.25)

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BREMONT ARROW 42MM MENS WATCH £2516.50 @ Wakefield’s Jewellers. Extra 15% off for armed forces or veterans (£2139.25)
Posted 22nd Jul

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3510798.jpgFabulous deal here at almost a third off list for this watch. An extra 15% off for serving military or veterans.

The Bremont Arrow is a 42mm cased mono-pusher chronograph. The pusher at 2 o’clock on the two-piece hardened steel case will start, stop and reset the stopwatch on the chronometer rated BE-51AE movement. The Arrow plays on the same British military DNA as the Broadsword but is aimed at the airman with its chronograph functionality, a necessity for any timed mission. The sub-dial at 9 o’clock is a running seconds, and the chronograph has elapsed minutes on the 3 o’clock counter. Engineered with the utmost integrity, the Arrow is steadfastly accurate, durable and legible.
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gils0422/07/2020 23:04

Here's a nice authentic watch collection for that price:Orient Kamasu …Here's a nice authentic watch collection for that price:Orient Kamasu Diver Red dial , 41mm, Orient in-house mech - £240Seiko 5 Original Arabic Digits dress watch, 37mm, 7S25 Seiko mech - £85Farer Aldrich 24 h World Timer, 39mm, modified ETA from private label watch maker - £1175Dan Henry Grand Turismo Chronograph, 38mm, mech quartz - £250Casio DW5600, radio controlled 43mm digital - £65Laco Aachen Pilot B-dial, 39mm - £310Total: £2125Watch collection: DONEand most importantly you never have to look down at your wrist and see a Bremont looking back up at you.


I appreciate that on a number of threads you have suggested alternative ways to spend the equivalent amount of money buying completely different goods, but is that really what HUKD is about? Is that really what users want to see?

My opinion is that it’s not what HUKD users want, particularly given the repetitive nature of the advice. If it were a suggestion on par with the deal on offer then there is no issue. But If a user is looking at a thread deal for a good quality watch, do they really want to be told they can buy a fist full hotch potch of other brands and styles for the same money? Is the perception that HUKD users are somehow that ill informed?

It’s a bit like an IPhone deal where folk pop up to suggest buying a Samsung or an Audi deal where folk pop up suggesting the money would be better spent on a Skoda and a few cheap holidays in Benidorm. It contributes nothing to the discussion. Surely when someone is viewing a deal we all have to accept that those viewing the deal at least have a reasonable idea of what it is they are looking to purchase?
Edited by: "Baldricky" 22nd Jul
Good deal so heat but I wouldnt buy a Bremont now. At this price you're better off with a Tudor.
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Good saving this! Tried this on a little while ago. Solid watch 🏻
Good deal so heat but I wouldnt buy a Bremont now. At this price you're better off with a Tudor.
midlifecrisisT22/07/2020 21:19

Good saving this! Tried this on a little while ago. Solid watch Good saving this! Tried this on a little while ago. Solid watch 🏻


It’s a real good saving especially if you are in the forces! I don’t know too much about the brand but going from RRP it’s almost 1/3 off
Kratos6922/07/2020 21:21

It’s a real good saving especially if you are in the forces! I don’t know t …It’s a real good saving especially if you are in the forces! I don’t know too much about the brand but going from RRP it’s almost 1/3 off


Definitely a great saving. I know a little but had never seen them in the metal so thought I’d go and try some on. They seem solid and nicely done- some of them look fantastic but it’s the pricing that puts me off. I think their RRP is a little high but this was my favourite of the ones I tried on 🏻 😄
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Kratos6922/07/2020 21:32

That does look good! The one pusher chrono is a weird one though!


I have to agree! Just doesn’t look right. Maybe you would get used to it after a while?
Stiz2theMiz22/07/2020 21:20

Good deal so heat but I wouldnt buy a Bremont now. At this price you're …Good deal so heat but I wouldnt buy a Bremont now. At this price you're better off with a Tudor.


I’m with you on that 🏻
Damian6622/07/2020 21:35

Bremont; A genuine discussion in their ETA …Bremont; A genuine discussion in their ETA movements;watchuseek.com/threads/why-so-much-hate-on-bremont-watches.4864073/


They use Sellita which are very similar, regardless I’m not here to defend them, I barely know a thing about them, I posted as it’s a decent saving on RRP. People will make their own minds up I guess about what they want to buy. On the ETA side of things, Breitling, Tudor, many others all use ETA movements and command a similar price.
Cracking deal to be honest and I have (over the years) very much come to appreciate Bremont watches. As with any other brand, they have their detractors, but that’s watches for you. Heat
Stiz2theMiz22/07/2020 21:20

Good deal so heat but I wouldnt buy a Bremont now. At this price you're …Good deal so heat but I wouldnt buy a Bremont now. At this price you're better off with a Tudor.


Black bay 58, or Black bay no bezel 36 or 41mm. All good
Here's a nice authentic watch collection for that price:

Orient Kamasu Diver Red dial , 41mm, Orient in-house mech - £240
Seiko 5 Original Arabic Digits dress watch, 37mm, 7S25 Seiko mech - £85
Farer Aldrich 24 h World Timer, 39mm, modified ETA from private label watch maker - £1175
Dan Henry Grand Turismo Chronograph, 38mm, mech quartz - £250
Casio DW5600, radio controlled 43mm digital - £65
Laco Aachen Pilot B-dial, 39mm - £310

Total: £2125
Watch collection: DONE
and most importantly you never have to look down at your wrist and see a Bremont looking back up at you.
gils0422/07/2020 23:04

Here's a nice authentic watch collection for that price:Orient Kamasu …Here's a nice authentic watch collection for that price:Orient Kamasu Diver Red dial , 41mm, Orient in-house mech - £240Seiko 5 Original Arabic Digits dress watch, 37mm, 7S25 Seiko mech - £85Farer Aldrich 24 h World Timer, 39mm, modified ETA from private label watch maker - £1175Dan Henry Grand Turismo Chronograph, 38mm, mech quartz - £250Casio DW5600, radio controlled 43mm digital - £65Laco Aachen Pilot B-dial, 39mm - £310Total: £2125Watch collection: DONEand most importantly you never have to look down at your wrist and see a Bremont looking back up at you.


I appreciate that on a number of threads you have suggested alternative ways to spend the equivalent amount of money buying completely different goods, but is that really what HUKD is about? Is that really what users want to see?

My opinion is that it’s not what HUKD users want, particularly given the repetitive nature of the advice. If it were a suggestion on par with the deal on offer then there is no issue. But If a user is looking at a thread deal for a good quality watch, do they really want to be told they can buy a fist full hotch potch of other brands and styles for the same money? Is the perception that HUKD users are somehow that ill informed?

It’s a bit like an IPhone deal where folk pop up to suggest buying a Samsung or an Audi deal where folk pop up suggesting the money would be better spent on a Skoda and a few cheap holidays in Benidorm. It contributes nothing to the discussion. Surely when someone is viewing a deal we all have to accept that those viewing the deal at least have a reasonable idea of what it is they are looking to purchase?
Edited by: "Baldricky" 22nd Jul
Baldricky22/07/2020 23:28

I appreciate that on a number of threads you have suggested alternative …I appreciate that on a number of threads you have suggested alternative ways to spend the equivalent amount of money buying completely different goods, but is that really what HUakad is about? Is that really what users want to see? My opinion is not, particularly given the repetitive nature of the advice. If I am looking at a thread for a quality watch, do I really want to be told I can buy a fist full hotch potch of other brands and styles for the same money? Is the perception that HUKD users are somehow that ill informed?It’s a bit like an Audi thread where folk pop up suggesting the money would be better spent on a Skoda, a new TV, and a few cheap holidays in Benidorm. Surely when someone is viewing a deal we have to accept that they at least have a reasonable idea of what it is they are looking to purchase?


Is Bremont the Audi?? and Farer the Skoda? .... I definitely don't think so. In fact, the brands like Farer, Laco and Seiko are the Audi. I am comparing like for like. The watches I mention are the same class that Bremont is in (at best). I am showing what you can get for the same price with labels that are equal or better to Bremont. Just because you price a watch at £2500, it doesn't mean that is actually worth that price. If that's what someone wants to pay for it then OK. But if you want equal or better labels with cheaper prices, then you have my list as a choice and you will have an entire legit watch collection.

On the subject of ill informed HUKD user - well I think they are. If they exposed to some brands with real history and heritage, maybe this situation will be ameliorated.
gils0422/07/2020 23:39

Is Bremont the Audi?? and Farer the Skoda? .... I …Is Bremont the Audi?? and Farer the Skoda? .... I definitely don't think so. In fact, the brands like Farer, Laco and Seiko are the Audi. I am comparing like for like. The watches I mention are the same class that Bremont is in (at best). I am showing what you can get for the same price with labels that are equal or better to Bremont. Just because you price a watch at £2500, it doesn't mean that is actually worth that price. If that's what someone wants to pay for it then OK. But if you want equal or better labels with cheaper prices, then you have my list as a choice and you will have an entire legit watch collection. On the subject of ill informed HUKD user - well I think they are. If they exposed to some brands with real history and heritage, maybe this situation will be ameliorated.


Then great, do something positive with your knowledge, inform the ill informed HUKD users and post your deals, I for one will look forward to seeing them.

What you shouldn’t do however is blight other users deals with your repetitive comments, simply because you have a personal dislike of a particular brand. Above all else it does you no favours and it is somewhat discourteous.
Edited by: "Baldricky" 22nd Jul
Wow. As a watch collector myself, the comment about the legit watch collection is making me laugh. How can someone be so blinkered? The deal is here for people to see. People have choices. Your select opinion is just that. My list would look very different to yours. Without going into too much detail, your collection would be hugely overkill for many people who are happy knowing the time through their mobile phone. It would also be deemed pathetic by some people. If I was planning to buy another Daytona, and there was a deal on here, I'd be thankful. Anyway, just wanted to comment to say ha at your collection and opinions. More the opinions. What is your view on a Rolex Daytona by the way Mr collector?
Baldricky22/07/2020 23:46

Then great, do something positive with your knowledge, inform the ill …Then great, do something positive with your knowledge, inform the ill informed HUKD users and post your deals, I for one will look forward to seeing them.What you shouldn’t do however is blight other users deals with your repetitive comments, simply because you have a personal dislike of a particular brand. Above all else it does you no favours and it is somewhat discourteous.


I didn't see it as discourteous. But if you think so, I will refrain from doing it. I think it is much more constructive than writing "bremont -overpriced microbrand trash - voted cold". (I never voted your deal cold BTW). But if that's what you want I am more than happy to oblige.
gils0422/07/2020 23:53

I didn't see it as discourteous. But if you think so, I will refrain from …I didn't see it as discourteous. But if you think so, I will refrain from doing it. I think it is much more constructive than writing "bremont -overpriced microbrand trash - voted cold". (I never voted your deal cold BTW). But if that's what you want I am more than happy to oblige.


The general consensus is that Bremont make some pretty damn good watches for the money, but you can always get them at a discount and they made the mortal sin early on of fabricating their heritage and technical backstory. Everyone like different things, personally I think that your "list" is tatty and trying to hard to know what it's talking about - Let's be honest, the Seiko you list is not even cool and Seiko as a marque have made literally thousands of cool, quirky watches. If you had listed something like the 7A28-7000 I would of considered your opinion more careful. We'd better get back, 'cause it'll be dark soon, and they mostly come at nightmostly...(yes that's an alien reference)
Tyranicus6623/07/2020 00:37

The general consensus is that Bremont make some pretty damn good watches …The general consensus is that Bremont make some pretty damn good watches for the money, but you can always get them at a discount and they made the mortal sin early on of fabricating their heritage and technical backstory. Everyone like different things, personally I think that your "list" is tatty and trying to hard to know what it's talking about - Let's be honest, the Seiko you list is not even cool and Seiko as a marque have made literally thousands of cool, quirky watches. If you had listed something like the 7A28-7000 I would of considered your opinion more careful. We'd better get back, 'cause it'll be dark soon, and they mostly come at night…mostly...(yes that's an alien reference)


"they made the mortal sin early on of fabricating their heritage and technical backstory" That is the only relevant thing to know about Bremont. Furthermore, this conduct does not stop there. They invite prominent watch youtube influencers (who they pay a lot of money to) to tell people how "authentic" their watches are. At least those "tatty" labels, Seiko and Farer, do not behave like this and never will. I consider Seiko and it subsidiaries to be the greatest watch company in the world. I would not put a Guigiaro on the list because it is not a production watch.The Seiko I have chosen has more credibility than all whole Bremont label.

A final point I would make to you is why do you think Bremont turns up so often on HUKD with, let face it, massive discounts?? Rolex, Omega and Grand Seiko do not do this - why is it just Bremont?? After all, this is the tier of pricing that Bremont place themselves in, but they are the only ones that offer massive discounts.

None of the watch brands on my "tatty" list would ever offer a 40% discount on any of their models
Edited by: "gils04" 23rd Jul
gils0423/07/2020 01:13

"they made the mortal sin early on of fabricating their heritage and …"they made the mortal sin early on of fabricating their heritage and technical backstory" That is the only relevant thing to know about Bremont. Furthermore, this conduct does not stop there. They invite prominent watch youtube influencers (who they pay a lot of money to) to tell people how "authentic" their watches are. At least those "tatty" labels, Seiko and Farer, do not behave like this and never will. I consider Seiko and it subsidiaries to be the greatest watch company in the world. I would not put a Guigiaro on the list because it is not a production watch.The Seiko I have chosen has more credibility than all whole Bremont label. A final point I would make to you is why do you think Bremont turns up so often on HUKD with, let face it, massive discounts?? Rolex, Omega and Grand Seiko do not do this - why is it just Bremont?? After all, this is the tier of pricing that Bremont place themselves in, but they are the only ones that offer massive discounts. None of the watch brands on my "tatty" list would ever offer a 40% discount on any of their models


And this is you refraining from blighting deals with your anti Bremont rhetoric is it?

FWIW with regards to your claim that Bremont deals turn up often on HUKD and Omega not, it appears there have been 6 Omega deals in the last week and just 6 Bremont deals in the last YEAR.
Edited by: "Baldricky" 23rd Jul
Baldricky23/07/2020 01:27

And this is you refraining from blighting deals with your anti Bremont …And this is you refraining from blighting deals with your anti Bremont rhetoric is it? FWIW with regards to your claim that Bremont deals turn up often on HUKD and Omega not, there have been 6 Omega deals in the last week and 6 Bremont deals in the last YEAR. Hope that helps.


I only said I would refrain from putting up better comparisons to Bremont (a wish of yours I will comply with). Do you want me to say Bremont are wonderful as well?

Are you are telling me there is a deal with omega discounted 40%...where?? Please tell me, I want to buy right now!! Your deal has the watch discounted for armed forces by 40%!!! Now, I'm ex SAS (but I can't talk about it), but even I'm raising an eyebrow at this sort of discounting.
gils0423/07/2020 01:39

I only said I would refrain from putting up better comparisons to Bremont …I only said I would refrain from putting up better comparisons to Bremont (a wish of yours I will comply with). Do you want me to say Bremont are wonderful as well?Are you are telling me there is a deal with omega discounted 40%...where?? Please tell me, I want to buy right now!! Your deal has the watch discounted for armed forces by 40%!!! Now, I'm ex SAS (but I can't talk about it), but even I'm raising an eyebrow at this sort of discounting.


My understanding was that you would show a degree of courtesy to others and cease spamming deals based on your own particular brand dislikes. As this is clearly not the case, I will leave you to it, bid you farewell and look forward to any positive input you might make by posting deals.

Your next deal I note will be your first.
Edited by: "Baldricky" 23rd Jul
Baldricky23/07/2020 01:43

My understanding was that you would show a degree of courtesy to others …My understanding was that you would show a degree of courtesy to others and cease spamming deals based on your own particular brand dislikes. In doing so you may also retain some credibility. As this is clearly not the case, I will leave you to it, bid you farewell and look forward to any positive input you might make by posting deals. Your next deal would of course also be your first.


In response showing "a degree of courtesy to others". I was responding to someone who called my watch list "tatty" but then finds Bremont's conduct to be acceptable. I was simply informing him what sort of tactics Bremont use and asking him how a "high end luxury brand" like Bremont can discount their watch by 40% - that all I asked him.

If you want you watch deal to be without criticism of the product, I will also comply and stay off your deals altogether.
No further Forces discount at this price. I just asked. Think I might have gone for it at the lower price.
swayndo23/07/2020 11:21

No further Forces discount at this price. I just asked. Think I might have …No further Forces discount at this price. I just asked. Think I might have gone for it at the lower price.


That really is shoddy of them to advertise it then. Did you tell them it says so on their website?

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Edited by: "Kratos69" 23rd Jul
gils0423/07/2020 01:52

In response showing "a degree of courtesy to others". I was responding to …In response showing "a degree of courtesy to others". I was responding to someone who called my watch list "tatty" but then finds Bremont's conduct to be acceptable. I was simply informing him what sort of tactics Bremont use and asking him how a "high end luxury brand" like Bremont can discount their watch by 40% - that all I asked him.If you want you watch deal to be without criticism of the product, I will also comply and stay off your deals altogether.


As someone who enjoys purchasing nice watches but doesn't always have the time to research or keep up to date I wanted to thank you for the list you've posted. It's not like I'll go out and buy them all but at least it provides a good starting point. Thank you


The Farer one looks particularly nice.
Edited by: "MrBrightside1987" 23rd Jul
Kratos6923/07/2020 11:23

That really is shoddy of them to advertise it then. Did you tell them it …That really is shoddy of them to advertise it then. Did you tell them it says so on their website? [Image]


Aye I guess they just never thought to remove that from the page when it went on clearance. Not a surprise given how poor the website is really. Dominic who respond, said
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the 30% discount means they are already selling at cost.
gils0423/07/2020 01:52

In response showing "a degree of courtesy to others". I was responding to …In response showing "a degree of courtesy to others". I was responding to someone who called my watch list "tatty" but then finds Bremont's conduct to be acceptable. I was simply informing him what sort of tactics Bremont use and asking him how a "high end luxury brand" like Bremont can discount their watch by 40% - that all I asked him.If you want you watch deal to be without criticism of the product, I will also comply and stay off your deals altogether.


I said the examples in your list are tatty and they are, in my opinion. That's why opinions are great, we are all allowed to have different ones and adults can respectfully disagree. Also while your enthusiasm is to be admired I seriously doubt you could offer me much of an education when it comes to watch collecting, I much prefer the likes of jaeger lecoultre to Farer (who themselves are just a hollow copy of the internet break out value offerings like Christopher Ward / Steinhart). You like what you like, I will continue to do the same whilst not actively detracting from other peoples deals / efforts.
Edited by: "Tyranicus66" 23rd Jul
Tyranicus6623/07/2020 14:34

I said the examples in your list are tatty and they are, in my opinion. …I said the examples in your list are tatty and they are, in my opinion. That's why opinions are great, we are all allowed to have different ones and adults can respectfully disagree. Also while your enthusiasm is to be admired I seriously doubt you could offer me much of an education when it comes to watch collecting, I much prefer the likes of jaeger lecoultre to Farer (who themselves are just a hollow copy of the internet break out value offerings like Christopher Ward / Steinhart). You like what you like, I will continue to do the same whilst not actively detracting from other peoples deals / efforts.


Yes, I agree and liked your comment.I did not see anywhere where I have disrespected you. But if I have, I apologise. You do not have to like any of the watches I suggested. You are correct Steinhart, CW, Farer are all breakout makers and Bremont belongs to this level as well and they should price their watches accordingly. I have no hate for Bremont. They are allowed to exist, but they need to not price their watches in the bracket of Rolex, Omega and even JLC which are high end tier luxury watches .A 40% discount on a breakout label that cost £3500 is not a deal in my opinion.
MrBrightside198723/07/2020 11:26

As someone who enjoys purchasing nice watches but doesn't always have the …As someone who enjoys purchasing nice watches but doesn't always have the time to research or keep up to date I wanted to thank you for the list you've posted. It's not like I'll go out and buy them all but at least it provides a good starting point. Thank you The Farer one looks particularly nice.


I am simply giving people an option of spending their money on some brands with historical horological significance, rather than a label that has opted to deceive people and placed themselves as a Rolex level watch product. Glad you liked the list - there are many brands that I am still unaware of so lists like this allow people (like me) to investigate other brands - although judging from some of the comments I have received on this "deal", it would seem I have committed some sort of horological crime of the century by suggesting and alternative list of watches. BTW, I think Farer will be one for the future. I have still to buy one of their watches, but it is high on my list...
Edited by: "gils04" 23rd Jul
gils0423/07/2020 01:13

"they made the mortal sin early on of fabricating their heritage and …"they made the mortal sin early on of fabricating their heritage and technical backstory" That is the only relevant thing to know about Bremont. Furthermore, this conduct does not stop there. They invite prominent watch youtube influencers (who they pay a lot of money to) to tell people how "authentic" their watches are. At least those "tatty" labels, Seiko and Farer, do not behave like this and never will. I consider Seiko and it subsidiaries to be the greatest watch company in the world. I would not put a Guigiaro on the list because it is not a production watch.The Seiko I have chosen has more credibility than all whole Bremont label. A final point I would make to you is why do you think Bremont turns up so often on HUKD with, let face it, massive discounts?? Rolex, Omega and Grand Seiko do not do this - why is it just Bremont?? After all, this is the tier of pricing that Bremont place themselves in, but they are the only ones that offer massive discounts. None of the watch brands on my "tatty" list would ever offer a 40% discount on any of their models



good post, totally agree with you
gils0423/07/2020 15:23

I am simply giving people an option of spending their money on some brands …I am simply giving people an option of spending their money on some brands with historical horological significance, rather than a label that has opted to deceive people and placed themselves as a Rolex level watch product. Glad you liked the list - there are many brands that I am still unaware of so lists like this allow people (like me) to investigate other brands - although judging from some of the comments I have received on this "deal", it would seem I have committed some sort of horological crime of the century by suggesting and alternative list of watches. BTW, I think Farer will be one for the future. I have still to buy one of their watches, but it is high on my list...


This watch company has been going since 1886
Thought they had closed during the Quartz crisis but they didnt
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More info here from this website
vintagewatchstraps.com/wes…php
windyshaner25/07/2020 12:36

This watch company has been going since 1886Thought they had closed during …This watch company has been going since 1886Thought they had closed during the Quartz crisis but they didnthttp://www.westendwatchco.ch/More info here from this websitehttps://www.vintagewatchstraps.com/westend.php


Cool, never heard of this one - another one to add to my list. Learning about new watch brand in fun!! It should not be admonished when presented to others and threatened with bans.
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