Raven Trekker 39, B7, Date, Ceramic/Polished

Raven Trekker 39mm
B7 - Blue dial - Date - Ceramic - Polished second

Date dial with raised indices, blue glossy finish, X1 Superluminova, 300 meters WR, polished hands, Miyota 9015 date movement, box sapphire crystal, flat jubilee bracelet, single sided screws to size links, blue ceramic bezel fully lumed with X1 Superluminova. 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
The Best Microbrand Watch Yet

I bought the blue bezel + blue dial date version. Visually, it’s perfect. I love the overall emphasis on brushed rather than polished surfaces; and the over-engineered design and production quality. As Rolex is to Raven, so is Rolls Royce to Bristol Motor Cars.

The ‘Jubilee’ style bracelet is wonderful; lighter than an ‘Oyster’ style and with flatter links than a Rolex. And completely brushed. What’s not to love?

The 39mm case size, similar size to a Black Bay 58, is perfect. I had a 40mm Trekker in the past. This new design is superior in every way: case architecture, weight, wrist-fit and visual perfection. The BB 58 obviously has a superior movement, but otherwise it’s a photo finish. Considering the price difference, I’ll leave it to you decide which is better value.

I’ve owned five 41mm Black Bays and about ten Rolex Subs and Sub-Dates. For a micro-brand, this is close as you can get to similar design + engineering (C Ward, Halios, MKII and Monta excepted).

This watch is a home run for Steve. He should keep it on as a standard product offering. If you loved the experience and thrill of owning and wearing Rolex sports watches in the 1980s and 90s, but think they are overpriced today (and no longer appropriate for daily wear), then buy a Tudor Black Bay 58 or a Raven Trekker. In fact, you should buy both!

Now all Steve needs is for someone famous to start wearing one!

Great All Around Watch

The Trekker 39 is very comfortable and doesn't feel bulky. Legibility is excellent thanks to the polished hands and markers and great lume. The bezel is easy to grasp and action is crisp. The crown is also easy to manipulate and even though it sticks out more than other watches it does not rub, poke, or otherwise irritate my wrist in any way. The bracelet is easy to size with the screw pins and it is very comfortable. It hugs the wrist well. The Trekker 39 is just a great all around watch. For me, the size, comfort, and legibility are all there in a well finished piece.