Among the huge number of significant worth arranged GMT watches coming from little brands nowadays, the Geography from Sweden’s Bravur has consistently been a top choice. Presented in 2018, the Geography is a moderate GMT with a solid vintage vibe. The first delivery comprised of a lively blue dial and a distinct white, and we’ve seen a restricted version green variation with a gold plated case come and go in the meantime. Presently, Bravur has given their white GMT a little update, making it somewhat simpler to peruse and losing none of the appeal of the first.
Bravur Geography “Sparkling White”
- Case Material: Stainless steel
- Dial: White
- Dimensions : 39mm
- Crystal: Sapphire
- Water Resistance: 5 ATM
- Crown: Push/pull
- Movement: Sellita SW330-1/ETA 2893-1
- Strap/bracelet: Leather
- Price: $1,450
- Reference Number: n/a
- Expected Release: Available to arrange now, delivering later this year
The distinctions are little and unobtrusive all alone, however taken together extraordinarily improve the watch as a complete bundle. In the first place, the GMT scale on the refreshed watch is bigger. It’s still in a contrasty shade of blue against a white foundation, however the expanded size makes it more particular and improves readability.
The other update is that the numerals and hour markers are currently applied, though on the first Geography they were printed. This is an incredible update, adding a feeling of profundity to the dial that it didn’t have previously.
The new Geography’s colorway has been named “Sparkling White,” and I think that’s an adept portrayal. White dials can in some cases feel a bit of exhausting, however the beat up components, both presently a smidgen more self-evident, add contrast and visual interest. All the more significantly, notwithstanding, is simply the construction of the dial, with an external area that has been given a brushed treatment that plays against the distinct white of the dial’s inside. Area dials are extremely popular at the present time, and this one more riff on that subject, and I think it’s actualized truly well.
The Geography is controlled by “caller” GMT development by Sellita or ETA, contingent upon accessibility (the watches are worked to arrange, with conveyance right now running into December). This kind of GMT development, with a freely set GMT hand instead of nearby hopping hours, is valuable for monitoring a subsequent time region from a fixed point (the inverse is more qualified to visit voyagers). Regardless of whether you don’t utilize the GMT include, in any case, the Geography is still a truly pleasant looking watch with rich vintage signs. Bravur