Spinnaker Bradner GMT Automatic

Spinnaker Bradner GMT Automatic

Spinnaker Watches recently introduced the Bradner GMT Automatic to its iconic Bradner collection, a timepiece that combines the timeless style of the Bradner collection with the addition of GMT functionality, allowing you to track multiple time zones.

At its heart is a Japanese automatic GMT movement, making this new timepiece a reliable companion for globetrotters who fly across the world’s time zones. This useful feature allows you to keep track of three time zones simultaneously, be it for business, travel or just keeping in touch with family and friends around the world.

The Bradner GMT Automatic is encased in a durable 42mm stainless steel case that’s 15mm thick and will not only withstand the rigors of regular travel but is also designed to be an elegant watch for everyday use. It comes with an anti-reflective sapphire lens to give enhanced clarity and protection and is water resistant to 180 metres (600 feet). There is also a bi-directional inner rotating bezel and screw down crown.

As well as a multi-layered dial, the indexes have Swiss luminous applied as do the hands of the watch.

Spinnaker Bradner GMT Automatic Box

The Bradner GMT comes with a 20mm wide solid stainless steel beads of rice bracelet with a fold over buckle and safety lock with push button release. You also get an additional rubber strap to ensure a comfortable and secure fit for everyday versatility and to suit different lifestyles.

If you like to see the inner workings of watches, then you will love the exhibition see-through caseback, which reveals the intricate inner workings of this timepiece.

You have a choice of six colour combinations that include Smobre Red, Abbot Brown, Uniform Grey, Gravel Black, Parisian Night and Night Shadow.

Priced at £490, the new Spinnaker Bradner GMT Automatic is available from www.spinnaker-watches.co.uk and includes a two-year warranty.

Author Bio:

Simon Burrell is Editor of Our Man On The Ground, a former member of The British Guild of Travel Writers and professional photographer.

Photographs courtesy of Spinnaker Watches

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