I like that these companies are keeping a close eye on the track and working with watch groups/watch enthusiasts. It increases the view of the watch by injecting what the watch fan wants to see on the wrist. You can’t please everyone, what makes me sad is that there are some snobbish people who want to lie about everything that doesn’t belong to their narrow ideas. Heaven forbids you to question or oppose them! Hey, we are talking about whites for 0-10 seconds. But this group is easy to ignore. I believe that collaboration usually produces a fun and inspirational watch. usually.
Boldr Globetrotter worked with DFBG and we reminded us on the dial with the logo. In my opinion, the back of the watch looks much better, but at least the logo is small enough to be seen. Although the bezel of this travel-inspired dive-style watch doesn’t look easy, I don’t want to go. This is a beautiful thing, decorated with city names from all over the world, so it is called Globetrotter. The dial is equipped with a GMT pointer and the internal chapter ring has a 24-hour second time zone advantage. The bezel combined with these two details does allow Globetrotter to live up to its name. Fortunately, the features are as beautiful as the look, because the orange arrow tip GMT hand/feature works well in settings and features. The same is true for the bezel, the blue plug-in is beautiful, the white/orange fill on the city name works well, and the bezel rotates with great precision.
When it comes to soundness, please check the lugs in the above picture. I really like the geometry of these lugs. It adds to the contours of the watch and provides a striking watch for Globetrotter. The lugs are located in the rubber diving belt and must be cut to size according to the wrist. I never like this style of strap. Fortunately, the Boldr includes a fine-tuning and diving extension inside the deployment buckle that allows you to wear it more accurately on your wrist. The rubber is flexible and most of it is consistent with the wrist. It’s thick, so if you like it, you won’t have a tight wrist hug.
When it comes to soundness, please check the lugs in the above picture. I really like the geometry of these lugs. It adds to the contours of the watch and provides a striking watch for Globetrotter. The lugs are located in the rubber diving belt and must be cut to size according to the wrist. I never like this style of strap. Fortunately, the Boldr includes a fine-tuning and diving extension inside the deployment buckle that allows you to wear it more accurately on your wrist. The rubber is flexible and most of it is consistent with the wrist. It’s thick, so if you like it, you won’t be nervouswrist hug.
The back of the case is a piece of art. I like the back of the case of the Boldr, which is always a true extension of the personality of the watch. It adds a perfect feel to the watch. This is definitely one of my favorite Globetrotter design details. The blue sunburst dial is also a beautiful piece of art. It really captures the changing colors of the ocean itself. I found it very fascinating. The large hourly application hour markers have the best clarity in both daylight and dark settings (as you can see in the lume lens below), of course, thanks to the sapphire crystal mirror with dual dome AR processing. The dial can be clearly seen. The hand is the ideal size for width and length, and the added orange touch is a popular design choice that pulls the bezel/case with the dial. Cohesive watch style.
The Globetrotter is finished off with a true, trialed and tested movement, the ETA 2893-2 Elabore-grade automatic movement with independent adjustable GMT-hands. The Globetrotter GMT watch is made with a wonderful recipe, that recipe being a combination of passion, quality, enthusiasm which has been delivered in fine execution. If you jump in on the pre order, you get yourself one heck of a watch which in my opinion is total bang for your buck. The two things that I would change that would make this watch even more appealing to me is, move the logo from the dial onto the caseback and execute the strap differently where you don’t have to cut it. The 44mm case is the perfect size for this style/design in my opinion. I want a easy to read dial, a tough/rugged case that I don’t have to worry about when traveling, especially on those adventure type travels. I never baby my watches, so it has to be able to keep pace with me or it becomes a hindrance as opposed to a travel companion.
- Case: 44mm 316L Stainless Steel Case
Movement: Swiss ETA 2893-2 Elabore-grade automatic movement with independent adjustable GMT-hands
- Water Resistance: 300m (990ft) / 30ATM
- Crown: Screw-down crown with custom embossed BOLDR logo
- Ceramic Bezel: Rotating cities bezel, engraved with the names of major cities
- Dial: Sunburst dial with applied indexes with Swiss Superluminova BGW9
- Hands: Customs hands with Swiss Superluminova BGW9
- Lens: Double dome sapphire crystal with Anti-Reflective coating
- Strap: Custom moulded natural rubber strap with custom dive-extension buckle
- Case Thickness: 14mm
- Lug size: 22mm
- Lug to lug: 50mm
- Case Back: Screw-down stainless steel caseback with embossed limited edition designer artwork