Boldr GMT Serengeti

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Boldr GMT Serengeti

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£499.00
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Home to countless herds of gazelles, wildebeest, zebras, giraffes and more, the word Serengeti means ‘the land that flows on forever' in Maasai language. Its volume and diversity has made it the most famous national park in the world, inspiring our Safari collection.

The Safari is a compact beast forged with tough stainless steel and a determination for exploration. Measuring 40mm across your wrist, this GMT edition has a fixed dual-tone bezel graduated for 24 hours, handy for tracking two timezones simultaneously.

If there's one dial layout that never fails to amaze, it's the California dial. Add to that a vibrant colorway shining through flat sapphire crystal and you've got a stunner. Our brand new case has a particular charm of its own, too - peep those convex grooves that provide a firm finger hold while using the screw-down crown.

  • Case: 40mm 316L Stainless Steel
  • Bezel: Fixed steel with aluminium 2-tone insert with Japan LumiNova®
  • Movement: NH34 GMT Automatic
  • Water Resistance: 200m (660ft) / 20ATM
  • Crown: Screw-down crown
  • Dial: Half-Arabic, half-Roman numerals (California dial), matt green
  • Hands: Custom hands with Japan LumiNova®
  • Lens: Flat sapphire lens with AR coating
  • Strap: 316L stainless steel bracelet
  • Lug size: 20mm
  • Lug to lug: 48mm
  • Case Back: Sapphire exhibition caseback with animal artwork (randomized)

Depicted on the caseback is one of four (at random) safari animal species which serve as a reminder to conserve the natural world. In an age of digital technology, we daresay an old-school toughie like this is a natural selection.

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