BOLDR Expedition Watch

Aug 6, 2018

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For those more inclined towards robust outdoor and backcountry excursions, field watches serve as ever-ready companions for the task at hand. That’s because they’re often times built to take a beating along with some field-friendly features to get you out of a jam if needed.

BOLDR Supply Co’s new Expedition Watch does just that – offering a rugged construction built with a 316L stainless steel machined case rated up to 20 ATM. Additionally, it comes equipped with dual screw-down crowns to adjust both the time and date, time elapsed, or can be used as a compass if needed. The handsome field watch is also powered by an automatic Sellita SW200-1 movement, a hacking seconds hand, and diashock support to keep things ticking no matter what. They’re available in multiple iterations depending on your personal style and rugged to the core ensuring years of continued use. Available now.

Purchase: $398+

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