Image Unavailable, Please Login Ok several years ago I saw an ad for a Bremont watch. It was a military tribute watch. It features the KC-135 which I flew for 20 years and I was pretty excited to get the watch. They were going to make only 135 watches and you had to prove you were an aircrew member that flew the KC-135. So I did all of the paper work and ordered and got the watch. I really like it. I think they did a great job with the design of the watch! So I get the watch and I don’t wear it all of the time but do use it on a regular basis. Well after a year or so the watch starts running fast, like really fast, like gaining 3-5 seconds per minute. Well luckily the watch has a three year warranty. I send it back to England, and while the repair and return shipping is free the shipping over is on me. After a bit I get the watch back and all is good. For a while, then it starts doing the gaining thing again. I send it back again and get it back and everything is fine for a while. Then it starts doing the gaining thing again. Now the watch is out of warranty. I send it back and they do a service on the watch (USD $700). I get it back and it stops running once every 24 hours at the exact same time. I send it back as it now has a two year warranty after the service. They say that two of the hands are hitting each other. I get the watch back and wear it probably less than two dozen times and it has started doing the gaining thing again. At this point I just don’t know what to do. I feel like I threw a bunch of money away every time I look at it. So should I send it back once again. Obviously there is something wrong with the way the watch is designed/made. So at this point what do I do? Sending it back to Bremont is a waste of time and money. Should I try a different watch repair place and if so who? And really I’d just like to replace the mechanical part of the watch with a quartz movement, is this possible? Thanks for you help!