Sweden’s Bravur watches take their love of cycling to another level with this exciting partnership with the EF Education-EasyPost pro cycling team. Built on the same solid foundation of their Grand Tour Chronograph, this new watch switches things up with a dial inspired by the team’s colors and a comfortable rubber strap to match. Known for having one of the most visually capturing color schemes currently competing, the EF Education-EasyPost team sports jerseys with a bright pink and dark green pattern. Bravur’s watch uses the same colors to create a watch that’s clearly built for the team.
Around the whole dial, you’ll find a green and pink checkerboard pattern. Each of the three sub dials is dark green with bright pink printing, resulting in a high contrast design that’s easy to read at a glance. Ideal for timing intervals, there’s a 15 minute counter at three, a 12 hour counter at six, and a running seconds indicator at nine. The central seconds hand is also pink, popping out from the white dial underneath. Bravur also continued their use of texture on this edition, with the center of the dial featuring a rough, asphalt-inspired surface.
We’re no strangers to the Bravur Grand Tour Chronographs – you can check out our hands-on right here. This new partnership is built on the same compact 38.2mm case that wears really well on the wrist. A lug to lug of 46.3mm further enhances the comfort level, doing a great job of offsetting the thickness that usually comes hand-in-hand with an automatic chronograph. Finishing on the case is great, with brushed and polished surfaces working together in harmony. Like the watches that came before it, the base specs are all the same: 10 ATM of water resistance, a domed sapphire crystal, and a Sellita SW511b movement inside, keeping time. It ships on a textured green rubber strap that’s easy to wash off, especially after a sweaty hill climb.
The coolest thing about this collab is that the watch isn’t just for enthusiasts – it’s the same exact one that will be worn by the team riders. Each watch is hand-built to order in Sweden. This new entrance into the Grand Tour Chronograph lineup will run $2550 and is available to order now on Bravur’s website.
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