wondered how monotonous the swiss watch men industry would be if every watch was made in the same way? Does each model look the same? Does every watch show the hands and time with the same design? Fortunately, for our watch connoisseurs, there are many luxury watch brands that have broken traditions and boundaries, creating high-quality timepieces that can be inlaid with a desktop movement, providing the wearer with a unique timing experience, such as SEVENFRIDAY, 2012. The founder of the company, Daniel Niederer, went all out to realize the epitome of modern timekeeping with the first-generation industrial-inspired equipment P series. The brand sold more than 12,000 watches in one year, which marked the demand for new, refreshing timekeeping accessories from collectors in the luxury watch world. With the help of his colleague Arnaud Duval, both innovators went against the stereotyped traditions of timekeeping and created a vibrant concept that has now become one of the most unique and easily recognizable watch cases in the world. You only need to check the information of the SEVENFRIDAY watch to know exactly the personality type of wearing this watch. Confident, weird person. interesting. SEVENFRIDAY’s new T series once again provides a new angle for timekeeping, and is inspired by the concept of transparency and gradient, and adopts a new skeleton movement.
The graphic design of the T series encourages the wearer to dive into the interface of the watch and explore all levels of SEVENFRIDAY technology. It is a brand new and novel timing function, following the success of last year’s innovative technology (inspired by the ultimate industrial symbol-spacecraft, launched in 2018 M3/01). Like other hugely successful SEVENFRIDAY watches, the S series S3/01 and S3/02 carbon fiber versions are becoming more and more popular, and the T series will become one of the most popular designs so far. It celebrates the typical SEVENFRIDAY posture with T2/01 gradient green and T3/01 gradient blue models, equipped with a smaller and thinner case shape and movement, inspired by the industrial technology department, so the letter “T” is quoted.
The wrist size of SEVENFRIDAY T series watches is 45mm x 45.6mm, which is 2mm smaller than P, M and S series watches. In other words, they will definitely hold a punch on the wrist, with a thickness of 12.95mm made of stainless steel, and a smooth black PVD coated surface. The case also has a unique surface treatment effect. Gradient Green watches are polished, brushed and sandblasted, while Gradient Blue watches also have a groove lining structure and are refilled with silver berlac paint.
Both types of engines are TMI Seiko NH70 movement. It offers an impressive 40-hour power reserve, and its intricately arranged components are displayed through the familiar skeleton dial used throughout SEVENFRIDAY’s legacy. Most importantly, the T series T2/01 and T3/01 are equipped with the same sunglasses as the brand’s new glasses series Icon Tiny. In the past few years, the company’s growth and their progressive efforts to create fashion accessories for modern gentlemen have allowed collectors to enjoy bold and iconic styles by mixing and matching works from the SEVENFRIDAY world. The sunglass material of the gradient blue and gradient green translucent dial has integrated flash processing and white and red embossed printing. The minute and hour hands are also coated with luminous technology, so that the wearer can refer to the time when needed. Finally, the hardened K1 mineral glass has an anti-reflective coating, so that the dial can be clearly seen at any given time, whether indoors or exposed to sunlight.
The SEVENFRIDAY T series T2/01 gradient green dial is finished on a green canvas strap with tonal stitching and brown lining, while the T3/01 a gradient blue dial is finished on a stylish leather blue calfskin strap, and With hollow holes, tonal stitching and fashionable red stitching.