Boston & Stewill - Classic British Design

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Boston & Stewill - Classic British Design

Postby koimaster » January 25th 2017, 10:46am

People talk of ‘disrupting’ markets and ‘redefining’ existing watch designs but in truth there is very little on the market that is affordable, unique and can offer the quality like we are right now with the Tourer.

Founded in 2015, Boston & Stewill are no strangers to Kickstarter having raised £20,000 for their first project, the Tourer II.

We now return with our fantastic Tourer, a Swiss Made automatic that could possibly be one of the most affordable watches of its kind on the market. ... n-swiss-au


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Re: Boston & Stewill - Classic British Design

Postby MKTheVintageBloke » January 25th 2017, 11:09am

Lovely watch- but I'm not sure if I like that subdial, it looks more like a tombstone than a Bugatti grille. At least that was my first impression. Then again, I haven't seen such a subdial shape before, so I can't say it's dull or too common. Don't like the white date window on the black dial, it's slightly too far from the edge (though if they used a black date wheel, I'd have no problem with it), and that said- interferes too much with the general aesthetic of the watch. Got to love that minute track and numerals, though.
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Re: Boston & Stewill - Classic British Design

Postby conjurer » January 25th 2017, 12:44pm

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