The third and final model in our Grand Tour chronograph series.
If you're looking for a cool automatic that can be worn in nearly every situation and doesn't come from one of the usual-suspect Swiss brands, the Bravur BW003 is definitely worth taking a look at.
Since arriving on the scene in 2011, Bravur has carved out a well-deserved niche for its own brand of clean Scandinavian design. The Swedish firm is looking to expand that niche with its newest offering, the Geography series GMT. The GMT complication is a first for the brand, and the overall design is crisp, confident, and very much Bravur.
Because of the sheer amount of them, watches from indie brands can feel an awful lot like a dime a dozen, but every once in a while you can come across something truly interesting. That’s certainly the case with this new timepiece from Stockholm-based watchmaker Bravur.