Bravur launches its first GMT

The watch features a case made out of high-grade Swedish steel.
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Bravur GMT

GMTs are a dime a dozen these days, but this new model from Bravur definitely has all our attention. First off, the 39mm watch case is made out of Sandvik stainless steel from Sweden and it features a curved dial that helps to create a slimmer and sleeker case. The GMT function lets you keep an eye on two time zones and each watch is hand built in the coastal town of Båstad, Sweden. The movement is a SW330-1 automatic from Sellita that features snail and perlage decoration on the bridges, their signature pattern on the rotor, and a 42-hour power reserve. 

The Geography comes in Sparking White or Midnight Blue and is available now. 

$1,650, bravurwatches.com

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