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SevenFriday V-Series Watch

So it has finally happened: SevenFriday have released a new collection – or series, as they like to call them – with the SevenFriday V-Series. It is the newest addition to the family that previously contained the P- and M-Series. While its forerunners were all 47mm soft-edged squares, the case shape of

SevenFriday M2 Watch Review

SevenFriday watches represent the type of unexpected success story that I am proud exists in the modern watch industry. Leveraging social media and a more youthful mentality, SevenFriday has created a durable standard for what an accessible, modern mechanical wrist watch can be, and how to make it desirable. Today,

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If I say Seiko, you are probably thinking about affordable, value-for-money dive watches like the Orange Seiko or maybe even the Sumo. While it is true that Seiko is most well known for its bang-for-buck divers, did you also know that they make minute repeater watches? Not just any minute

SevenFriday P3C/01 Hot Rod Watch

For Bonneville Speed Week, SevenFriday is launching a limited-edition watch decorated with details that recall some of the iconic parts of hot rod cars. The SevenFriday P3C/01 Hot Rod watch stands out in a crowded field of car- and racing-inspired watches due to a combination of good design and the fact that

SevenFriday S2/01 Watch

SevenFriday’s latest collection is the S-Series, and it was announced at Baselworld earlier this year. The first S-Series watch is called the S1/01 and it features a square case that resembles that of SevenFriday’s first watch collection, the P-Series (reviewed here). More importantly, the S-Series is arguably SevenFriday’s most legible

SevenFriday Q-Series Watches

Joining the M, P, and V series watches, SevenFriday today introduces the all-new Q-Series, each with its own slick vintage industrial design aesthetic and automatic movements that have helped SevenFriday occupy a category of its own in the $1,000-$1,500 range. Having already played a part in designing a bespoke electric

SevenFriday V-Series Watch Review

In the course of five short years, SevenFriday has created a seemingly unique reputation in the world of wristwatches. The P- Series (reviewed here) and M-Series (reviewed here) were seminal lines that, for lack of a better phrase, disrupted conventional thinking about "haute horology" and its reputation for exclusivity. The

SevenFriday P2B/03-W ‘Woody’ Limited Edition Watch

As if SevenFriday weren't already a conversation-starter, something like this on your wrist is sure to get comments. Here, we have a new limited edition of the brand's avant-garde flagship model, the P-series, with a case surrounded in wood. And we must give SevenFriday credit that this is not just

SevenFriday V-Series V3/01 Watch

The recent release of the SevenFriday V-Series made a few waves in the brand's ocean of fans. This is one of the most popular, best-selling, and fastest-growing indie watch brands out there. The original P-Series watches were instantly identifiable, present in evermore retailers around the world, and had a die-hard

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