The Swiss-made self-winding Sellita SW330-1 movement with 25 jewels and a 42-hour power reserve is water resistant to 100m / 10ATM. And, as the name suggests, the automatic 24-hour GMT hand function with internal rotating bezel allows users to view a separate time zone.
The launch positions the brand as a serious contender within the world of horology.
“Being an avid traveller and constantly finding myself between two time zones, we felt inspired to create our first GMT watch with a Swiss mechanical movement and automatic 24-hour GMT hand function,” says George Bamford, owner of Bamford London.
“Our vision for Bamford London is to continue to drive innovation over the next few years and we are delighted to have the GMT play its part in that,” he adds.
The Bamford GMT is available in Bamford London’s own unique colourways, online at Bamfordlondon.com, to be delivered at the end of March 2019.
A limited edition in black and yellow is available in Selfridges London.
The Bamford GMT watches have an RRP of £1,100 (including VAT).
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