SevenFriday V Series Watch Review
Monday - 07 September 2015
The eagerly awaited SevenFriday V range has finally arrived to the crowd of adoring fans!!!
Remaining true to their core values and inspiration that runs through the veins of SevenFriday, the new, innovative timepiece is set to be received with an overwhelming response. Their intense interest and passion for industrial engineering and revolution is explored within the new release. SevenFriday admires the industries dedication to consistently strive for an excelled performance and mirrors this commitment in releasing a masterpiece that implements a higher delivery of engineering. The concept is echoed in the design of the hours indication in an industrial gauge format that sets a new bar for presenting the time in the watchmaking world.
To truly design a revolutionary timepiece that stands out from previous models, SevenFriday have moulded a new case shape crafted in stainless steel with a sunray brushed top bezel. The unusual shape uniquely frames the inner circular dial. The conventional dial layout has been abandoned and replaced with an innovative, striking layout to tell the time. The construction is formed via four levels providing a revolutionary interpretation of time telling with a contemporary depth and techniques. The central hour additioner disc allows for the wearer to add the relevant number identified by a cut out minute hand. The day & night display is situated to the left of the dial; a necessity to distinguish the time of day when reading the time. The thoughtful, carefully considered dial is available in a blue, white and silver combination as well as a gold and black palette. All admired via a specially hardened and anti-reflective treated domed mineral glass and is protected by a water resistance of 3 ATM. Finally, the V series contains a chip in the case back that allows for authenticity verification, which is realised with NFC technology. Offering an added reassurance that the timepiece is not a fake the chips allows for buyers to scan the watch with a mobile phone and check via an app, which provides a negative or positive response immediately.