Bravur, an eight-year-old brand situated in Sweden, has presented their most recent exceptional edition, another adaptation of their Geography GMT limited to only 25 pieces. With this edition, brand originators Johan Salin and Magnus Appelryd have plainly put their own extremely close to home touch on the watch, and it addresses maybe Bravur’s most completely acknowledged effort to accomplish a plan language dependent on Scandinavian culture, workmanship, and plan. Let’s investigate this amazingly limited and individual watch.
Bravur Geography Limited Edition
- Case Material: Stainless steel with gold PVD treatment
- Dial: Green sunburst
- Dimensions: 39mm
- Crystal: Sapphire
- Water Resistance: 5 ATM
- Crown: Push/pull
- Movement: Sellita SW330-1
- Strap/bracelet: Vegetable tanned cowhide with gold PVD deployant
- Price: $1,850
- Expected Release: Available now ( here )
Esthetically, what leaps out you promptly when taking a gander at the Geography is the interchange between the ventured green dial with the gold PVD-treated case. This is an exemplary look, and the shading combination here truly pops. With the gold case you would figure the Geography would slant to the dressy side, yet the green dial gives the entire bundle a considerably more easygoing and curbed vibe, and there’s something incredibly engaging, practically comforting, about a gold hued watch being worn nonchalantly. Past variant in white and blue, both with untreated tempered steel cases, have an altogether different effect, and are I would contend are quite less warm and welcoming.
The multi-layered dial has an area like impact, which is an extraordinary plan decision for a GMT watch. A 24-hour scale is stamped circumspectly along the internal ring, while the external ring contains raised metallic Arabic numerals at 12:00, 3:00, 6:00, and 9:00, with stick markers somewhere else, hyping the balance and further sectoring the dial. It’s simple to peruse, and very perfect and negligible, which is directly in accordance with what Bravur regularly goes for. The hands are sensitive and open-worked, which prompts a vintage feel, taking after hands of a watch that has lost its radioactive lume material. The GMT hand is especially itemized, and in a needle shape it stands out pleasantly from the more customary blade like appearance of great importance hand, despite the fact that they are generally a similar length.
Besides being amazingly limited underway, this adaptation of the Geography is unique for a couple of different reasons. Each watch is numbered directly on the dial. Typically I would will in general contend against unessential dial text, however I think when a watch is this limited, it bodes well. Consider it thusly: Bravur have basically made 25 extraordinary dials, which certainly gives the watch a marginally raised feel. What’s more, each watch is engraved with the mark and date of the watchmaker within the case, and an authentication endorsed by the brand organizers is incorporated also.
The sort of close to home mark applied to this limited edition of the Geography is something that’s exceptionally common at the extraordinary high-finish of watchmaking, where watches in the six-digit valuing classification can at times become one-off joint efforts between a watchmaker and his customer. It’s ideal to see brand proprietors in an altogether different market adopt a comparable customized strategy. This feels like a watch for aficionados of the brand that doesn’t compromise anything as for Bravur’s one of a kind interpretation of plan. Bravur
(Editor’s Disclaimer: Bravur watches are sold by the Windup Watch Shop, which is possessed and worked by Worn & Wound LLC.)