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Bremont's New Limited-Edition Longitude Watches Have Controversial Guts

Apple's huge new slate of products, the Porsche 718 Cayman RS melts the 'Ring, and Bremont *may* have a new in-house movement.

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First, the big announcements from this week's Apple Unleashed event, which include everything from new Home Pod Mini colors to next-gen AirPods to the re-introduction of various ports on new MacBook Pros. (Finally...) Then, we'll discuss the just-revealed, supremely quick, and still sort of mysterious Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS. It's likely the last internal-combustion variant of the Cayman we'll see before the lineup goes all-electric. Lastly, some controversy: watchmaker Bremont has revealed its first in-house movement, the ENG300 in a new line of limited-edition watches. But… is it actually an original movement? The watch community can't seem to make up its mind.

Show Notes:

Episode Navigation:

02:25 – At 'Apple Unleashed' the Brand Launches an Array of Updated Devices

22:09 – The Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Is Very Fast

30:35 – Bremont's New In-House Movement Is Up for Debate

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