The automatic chrono is offered in two colorways, the first using Bamford’s signature aqua blue and black, while the second uses black and white and the dial’s bicompax configuration for a “reverse panda” look.
Inside the watch’s 41.5mm forged carbon case is Sellita’s SW510 chronograph, with a single steel pusher at the two o’clock position providing start, stop and reset functionality, and a 62-hour power reserve.
A 30-minute chronograph counter sits at the three o’clock, a small seconds at the nine o’clock and a date window with color-matched date wheel at the six o’clock.
Both pieces are supplied on black rubber straps with alternative pieces available to buy in red, yellow, blue and khaki, as well as corder and canvas options, which will also fit in with planned future colorways.
“The monopusher chronograph is one of my favourite types of watches,” said Bamford London founder, George Bamford. “I love the asymmetric layout and simplicity of function. I am always drawn to a retro modern design with the use of cutting edge materials and I always strive to push the design limit. Using some of our signature colourways and using carbon fibre on the case, I love the aesthetics and technicalities of these watches.”
Both pieces are available now via Bamford London, priced $3,430 USD (£2,500 GBP).
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