Bravur's newest watch is handbuilt in its home country of Sweden - Acquire

Bravur's newest watch is handbuilt in its home country of Sweden

Built by hand in the Swedish coastal town of Båstad.
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Bravur Scandinavia

Bravur is celebrating its home country of Sweden with a new timepiece called the Scandinavia. The watch is handbuilt the Swedish coastal town of Båstad and features a 39mm Swedish high-grade steel and each one features an engraving of the watchmaker signature inside of the case. Movement is a Swiss-made Sellitta SW300-1, which was chosen for its slimmer profile and has a power reserve of 42 hours. The dial is also curved to achieve a slimmer case design and it features skeletonized hands and a chrome-framed date window.

Scandinavia is available with a blue, white, or black dial and can be fitted with Swedish or Italian leather watch straps. 

$995, bravurwatches.com

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