The Grand Tour - La Vuelta model has a case diameter of 38,2 mm, which is a beautiful and versatile size. The case is made from 316L stainless steel and combines brushed and polished surfaces, creating a balanced and elegant expression.

The watch features 3 sub dials with a 15 minute counter, perfect for timing those intervals, a 12 hour counter, which should be enough to keep track of your riding time, and lastly running seconds. The main second hand in the center is a 60 second chronograph.

The watch is powered by a Swiss made Sellita SW511 movement, with automatic winding.

Only 50 watches will be produced of this model, each numbered on the case back.

The perforated leather strap gives the watch a sporty but elegant look, adding a vintage vibe.

Each watch is hand built on order in Båstad, Sweden.

At Bravur we have a long-lasting love affair with cycling. It was actually cycling that brought the two Bravur founders, Johan and Magnus, together when racing against each other during the -90s. At that time it wasn't a friendly relation, but eventually, when both had stopped racing, there was room for friendship and the love for cycling has remained.

The Grand Tour series was developed as an homage to the sport of cycling and the biggest and most beautiful races in the world, the three grand tours in Italy, France and Spain.

La Vuelta, or the Vuelta a España, is the final Grand Tour of the season. Vuelta a España has always been in the shadow of the Giro d'Italia and the Tour de France, but in recent years the Vuelta has produced really exciting racing with hard routes and have found its own character and identity. This has resulted in gained popularity and prestige by both the riders and the fans.

A Grand Tour is a 3 week long race, with only two rest days. The races covers a mix of terrain, from flat sprint stages, rolling hilly stages to mountain top finishes. The mountains usually produces the most exiting racing and it is also here that the battle for the general classification is often lost, or won.


La Vuelta is dominated by a red accent, inspired by the leader's jersey in the Vuelta a España. The red color pops nicely against the silver white panda dial.

At 12 o'clock you'll find a red "la flamme rouge", the red triangular flag marking the last kilometer of a race.

The center of the dial features a tarmac pattern, and discreet darker grey areas on the sub dials completes the textured circle.

We have used a font called Nobel for the numbers, a sans serif which gives the dial a distinct and modern expression.

La Vuelta features an aluminium inlay on the bezel, with "race number" 13 turned upside down. This is a long time tradition within cycling, with the rider wearing number 13 in a race trying to avoid any bad luck associated with the number by turning it upside down.



We wanted to create an elegant, yet powerful, case design. The classic dimension of the watch, 38,2 mm diameter, is smaller than most chronographs which we think is beautiful.

We have carefully combined polished and brushed surfaces to create a visually interesting look.

On the case back you will find a recessed "finish line" checker pattern, with a sand blasted finish. A classic racing reference.

The two pushers are easy to operate and the crown features our signature design with a recessed surface.


Inside La Vuelta you'll find a Swiss made Sellita SW511 movement, with rhodium plating and decoration. The beautiful movement, which can be seen through the sapphire case back, also features blue screws and a custom rotor with a deep etched "finish line" pattern.

The 27 jewel movement impresses with a power reserve of up to 62 hours.


Each Grand Tour watch is hand built in Båstad, in the southern parts of Sweden. Here we have a small workshop where our watchmaker does all the assembly, testing and, if needed, regulation of the accuracy of the movements.

The assembly and testing process takes about two weeks, and after a final visual inspection the watch is sent to the customer.

Wrist size: 16 cm/6,3"