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Back in late 2018 we directed your attention to the Geography, a mechanical GMT watch from Swedish brand Bravur. 39mm in diameter and featuring a second time zone housed within a recessed inner dial, the Geography was svelte and elegant, if perhaps a bit tough to read.
Now, Bravur is offering an updated take on the white dial version of the Geography. Featuring a larger GMT scale and applied black indices and numerals, this new version is not only more legible, but comes with a sticker price $200 less than the original, at $1,450. Ticking away inside is either the Swiss-made Sellita SW330-1 or ETA 2893-2, while the curved dial features Superluminova C1-tipped hands and a domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating.
Of course, you may not have much need to travel right now, but a GMT watch can just as easily be used to keep track of friends in other time zones so that you don’t, you know, accidentally call them at 3AM (guilty). And given the Geography’s elegant looks and dimensions, it’s something you could easily pair with more formal clothing if you ever get back to the office.
Available with the user’s choice of one of six leather straps, the new Geography is made to order, with shipping times estimated for mid-December 2020.
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