BOLDR Watches

Quite frankly, Kickstarter should probably just become a watch retailer given the number of high quality timepieces that are to be found on its crowd funding pages and the latest one to have caught our eye, might just be our favourite of 2016 to date. They go by the name of BOLDR Watches and if you’re after a timepiece that scores well both aesthetically and on the performance front then you, my friend, need look no further.

BOLDR Watches are timepieces crafted with the adventurous souls in mind and are made to be taken into the wild, on exciting journeys and for the active lifestyle and this is something that shines through in their design and the robust nature of the materials used. These superb looking timepieces from BOLDR are the perfect choice of watch for those men who want to take the path less travelled and demand a watch in keeping with their way of thinking.

The bold, striking aesthetic of these BOLDR Watches – which come in a number of different styles and colours over on Kickstarter – is something that is right up our street here at The Coolector and you can check out a few more shots of these first rate watches below:3f2b71cd3342be40e0d3de6693d3ff9a_original









Gloriously stylish and with a whole host of features which will not only appeal to horology fans but also make them incredible price point all the more astounding, we’re massive fans of these BOLDR Watches here at Coolector HQ and it comes as no surprise to us whatsoever that they’ve stormed past their funding target on Kickstarter.

Just some of the most impressive features to highlight with BOLDR Watches include their Seiko VK64 Meca-Quartz movement, marine grade stainless steel casing, premium calf leather strap, limited edition caseback artwork and a 30m water resistance. When you consider you can pick one up over on Kickstarter for under $200USD, this is nothing short of extraordinary. Another fine example of the calibre of watch which is to be discovered over on Kickstarter.

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