Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Globenfeld Seal Grey Chronograph Watch Review


The Globenfeld Seal Grey Chronograph Watch is priced at £149.00 and has an understated modern design which will be a great addition to any outfit. The first thing I noticed when I opened the box was the width of the face which, at 46mm, is on the larger size. It's great for someone like me who has a large wrist and prefers a bigger watch. Weighing in at 77 grams, it's got a solid feel to it without being too cumbersome. I love the combination of jet black and grey face with the tachymetre outer ring in black and silver. A date window integrated into the face makes for easy viewing, while the white hands stand out nicely which is finished off with the distinctive red second hand. A stopwatch with 3 dials gives you an option to accurately capture timings. All of this is protected by the scratch resistant glass that should withstand prolonged use.


Being contained in this neat watch box makes it perfect if you were giving it as a gift or even for those who like to keep their watches stored safely when not in use. It has two magnetic closures that open up to reveal the watch in its padded presentation box. The crowns and textured bezel are a good size and easy to operate and match the solid build of the watch. 


The leather strap is 22mm in width and sits nicely on your wrist to ensure it's comfortable, while still giving the watch the finishing touch of class. I think my favourite part about the rear of the watch is their logo on the silver plate which gives it a completely unique look. White stitching along the inside of the strap works well with the tan colour. 


This watch could be worn in different situations, whether you want it for sports use to make use of the timing function, a more formal option for the smarter looks or even to complement a casual outfit, the Globenfeld Chronograph would be great for any of these. I can definitely see myself wearing it at work with a shirt and tie as I think it will be a nice addition to my outfit. I'd say the watch is fairly well priced for its features and looks and could be suitable for anyone looking for their first watch or one to add to their collection.

*Post contains PR sample.

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