BOLDR watches - tough enough for any adventure

  • BOLDR Odyssey

    With the Odyssey model , BOLDR went one step further: They combined their bronze case with a stronger case design and a meteorite dial. But it went even further: The Odyssey is also available with blue, red and green carbon cases. The Odyssey has an extremely robust housing, which is intended for the toughest loads when diving. The watch has an extremely resistant case back, which is fixed with 6 screws and a screw-down crown with triple lock. This ensures a water resistance of up to 500 meters. A very robust and proven Japanese NH35A automatic movement from Seiko and a special helium exhaust valve ensure that the watch can withstand almost any pressure.



    BOLDR Globetrotter GMT
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    The Globetrotter GMT is a sturdy GMT diving watch that takes the iconic BOLDR design one step further. The Globetrotter's GMT function is designed for all expeditions and records two time zones. Colored 24-hour ceramic bezels indicate day and night with black / blue or blue / red. The names of major cities are engraved on the ceramic bezel of the Meteoblue and Meteoblack models to indicate the corresponding time zone. The time zone can be quickly adjusted thanks to the Swiss ETA 2893-2 movement with the independently adjustable GMT hand. With a water resistance of 300 meters, the Globetrotter GMT feels right at home in the sky as well as in deep waters - a really cool combination as we think!

    The Meteoblue and Meteoblack models also have an impressive meteorite dial made from fragments of the Muonionalusta meteorite. The meteorid was discovered north of the Arctic Circle in Sweden and is around 4 billion years old. The meteorite dial is made of iron, nickel, germanium, gallium and iridium. It's a pretty rare piece of metal and it has the famous and beautiful Widmanstätten pattern that gives it that distinctive look.