Dezeen Watch Store: London watch brand Uniform Wares have launched the latest range in their 300 Series of chronograph watches, which are available now at Dezeen Watch Store with free worldwide shipping.
The new 300 Series chronograph watch has been designed to echo the simplicity of a mechanical stopwatch, with the legible, minimal detailing that has become a signature of the brand.
Available in three different finishes, the new range inherits certain styling details from the 250 Series that was launched at the end of last year, including raised hour markers and a sturdier leather strap than the previous generation of 300 Series watches.
The new range is available in a collection of three finishes; a PVD rose gold case with a grey dial and light brown leather strap, a PVD black case with a black dial and black leather strap, and a brushed stainless steel case and dial with a dark brown strap.
The leather straps are sourced from Italian and British tanneries and the watch mechanisms are Swiss-made 23 jewel movements.
The new Uniform Wares 300 Series is available to buy now at Dezeen Watch Store or over the phone on +44 7503 7319, with free worldwide shipping. If you'd like to try one on at our office in north London please telephone to make an appointment.
Here are some more details from Uniform Wares:
Uniform Wares launches update to 300 Series Chronograph Watch
Uniform Wares continues to expand its portfolio of highly coveted wristwatches with the latest update to its 300 Series chronograph watch, the 302 Series. An evolution from its predecessors, the result is a design with added richness, texture and detail, which still remains true to the Uniform Wares signature of legible, minimal detailing.
As the company’s most aspirational model yet, the 302 Series has been designed to echo the utilitarian beauty of mechanical stopwatches. It also takes references from the world of haute horology with the introduction of striking textures, vivid PVD coatings, dial appliqués and sapphire glass. The addition of a chronograph complication to the design adds another level of sophistication and detail to the 300 Series collection, whilst carefully maintaining the brand's distinct aesthetic, effortless legibility and operation.
“The 300 Series illustrates very well what the brand’s USP has been from the very beginning- designing and producing a great product, using the best movements available and to create a watch that is both desirable and accessible,” says company co-founder, Patrick Bek.
Each watch in the Series is now fitted with premium, sliced British or Italian calf leather straps and a 316L stainless steel case that houses a 23-jewel Swiss ETA chronograph calendar movement with timing precision to 1/10 second. Finishes available include PVD matt black, PVD rose gold and satin-brushed stainless steel.
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