No stranger to military-inspired models, London-based watchmaker Bamford has now launched another three new GMT pieces offering a more tactical spin.
Named the Commando and the Predator, the three watches share the same specifications, but come in different color combinations. The first Commando boasts a more traditional 316L stainless steel construction for its 40mm case and bracelet, carrying a military green dial, while the second Commando with the same colored dial gets dressed completely in black. The Predator then completes the trio with a fully blacked-out model, replacing the green dial with the ominous tone. All three carry a two-toned 24-hour bezel working with the watch’s fourth hand to provide a second zone, a complication made possible by the 25-jewel Sellita SW330-1 automatic movement, which operates at 28,800 vibrations per hour and carries a power reserve of 42 hours.
For those interested, all three military-inspired GMTs from Bamford are now available on its website, going for £917 GBP, or roughly $1,120 USD.
Elsewhere in watches, MAD Paris has release a matte black Rolex Sea-Dweller and Milgauss.