Introducing the Borealis Estoril 300 GMT: The Quintessence of Elegance and Precision for the Global Voyager
Immerse yourself in the refined craftsmanship of the Borealis Estoril 300 GMT, a distinctive piece from the prestigious microbrand Borealis Watch Company. Conceived with the perceptive world explorers and watch enthusiasts in mind, this elegant timepiece is furnished with the advanced Miyota 9075 True GMT movement, allowing effortless hour hand adjustment for impeccable tracking of multiple time zones.
The Estoril 300 GMT parades a captivating sapphire bezel, fortified with a bi-directional ball bearing mechanism, assuring smooth transitions across time zones with just a slight touch. This perfect marriage of elegance and functionality makes it the quintessential choice for intrepid globetrotters and astute professionals alike.
Navigate through dimly lit settings with the mighty BGW9 Superluminova, providing unparalleled visibility on all your expeditions. Achieving a remarkable balance between utility and sophistication, the Borealis Estoril 300 GMT establishes itself as the definitive microbrand timepiece for those who cherish both form and function.
Don't miss the chance to possess an extraordinary timepiece - the Borealis Estoril 300 GMT, your loyal ally in exploring new frontiers.
Lug to Lug Length: 47mm
Thickness: 13.5mm (including domed sapphire crystal)
Case: 316L stainless steel with brushed and polished surfaces
Lug Width: 20mm
Movement: Miyota 9075 GMT
Water Resistance: 300m
Crystal: Domed Sapphire with inner AR coating
Bezel: Bi-directional with ball bearings, Sapphire Crystal
Lume: Superluminova BGW9
Bracelet: 316L stainless steel bracelet with screws and an updated quick-adjust clasp
the bracelet is well made ... perhaps too well 🤔🤔🤔 ... given that it was impossible for me to remove the pins of the links to shorten it (I broke two extractors in vain) and also the slide link of the clasp cannot be lifted to let it slide. To my disappointment I will have to take it to my watchmaker to have it shortened. For the rest it is a good watch, even if at the time of purchase it was not sufficiently highlighted that what was paid at the time was only 50% of the cost of the watch and that the same would be paid before shipping. A kind of "false advertising" perhaps unintentional, of course I can't know, but this was certainly the effect at the time of my purchase since I hadn't noticed it.
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Regarding your concerns about the bracelet, we would like to emphasize that the Estoril 300 GMT features a bracelet designed with screws for durability and security. This design choice, while robust, does require a specific approach for adjustment. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and are more than willing to provide assistance or guidance in this regard.
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Another great watch by Borealis. I own three now - and each one is better than the last. You cannot go wrong with an Estoril.
4.0 / 5.0