Thursday, July 18, 2019

Borealis Adraga watch..

The Borealis Adraga stainless steel watch is a field watch suitable to most occasions and it is powered by a Miyota 9015 Automatic Movement. There are 9 models to choose from.


It is a watch inspired in designs of vintage field watches together with its own flare of modernity and timeless design. A high double domed sapphire crystal brings to life its classical and timeless design.


This automatic men's automatic field watch is built to last with a solid 316L stainless steel case, double domed thick sapphire crystal with anti reflective coating applied underneath and a premium jubilee strap with a custom engraved stainless steep clasp.


With a total height of 12.00mm (9mm excluding sapphire crystal glass) it is a durable and sturdy time piece capable of being your every day travel companion.


Basic watch specifications:

316L Stainless Steel Case

Dial with Swiss Made RC Tritec BGW9 or Old Radium X1 lume applied to indexes

Miyota 9015 Automatic Movement

Premium jubilee bracelet with clasp

Case diameter: 39.50 mm excluding crown

Lug to Lug length: 47.50mm

Watch height: 12.00mm (9 mm excluding sapphire double domed crystal glass)

Lug width: 20 mm with drilled lugs

Signed screw down crown with Borealis logo made of 316L stainless steel

Water resistance: 300 meters or 30 ATM

Sapphire crystal doubled domed glass with anti-reflective coating inside

Watch hands filled with Swiss Made RC Tritec BGW9 or Old Radium X1 (hours, minutes, seconds)

Commando or Mercedes hands with lollipop seconds

Screwed Case Back made of 316L Stainless Steel with engraved mermaid

Dial with applied markers

12 months warranty


Photographs: Borealis Watch


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1 comment:

  1. After pushing the limit on the price, a Rolex "homage" backed by worse customer service, if you can imagine that. Communication lacking on the site and in emails ... and just forget about the phone. Happy to support the little guys in the game ... Dealing with this company has been the only bizarre experience I've had in the microbrand space thus far. If you're a fan of the watch itself, don't expect you're paying for much else.

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