SevenFriday – V-Series
Zurich-based SevenFriday introduced the V-Series, an assortment by one way or another motivated to the topics of motors and mechanical apparatus.
Features of the new series incorporate another case shape, a surprising method to show the time, a licensed quick tie transformer and an inserted NFC chip that permits verification of true SevenFriday watches by shoppers and retailers.
The hardened steel case includes a sunray brushed top bezel and it is outfitted with a quick tie change framework that utilizes the two pushers on the left half of the case. Size is 44.3 mm x 49.7 mm for an all out thickness of 12.85 mm.
Ensured by an enemy of reflective domed mineral glass, the staggered dial includes a 120° hours and minutes show which depends on a patent forthcoming “additioner” framework.
The hour circular segment goes from 0 to 4 with an “additioner” circle to add +0, +4 or +8 hours. In the image beneath, the hand between 3:15 is really showing 7:15 mulling over the “4+” hours to add.
Seconds are shown along these lines with a +0, +20 or +40 “additioner”. On the left of great importance show, a day/night opening demonstrates in the event that it is AM or PM.
The V-Series incorporates two models: the SevenFriday V1/01 and the SevenFriday V2/01. In fact indistinguishable, they have various tones: the first with a white/blue dial and the second described by black and “old” yellow tones.
The movement of decision is the Japanese programmed type Miyota 82S7 which beats at 21,600 vibrations each hour and offers 40 hours of force reserve. Its equilibrium wheel is visible on the dial side. Miyota is a Citizen company.
The back case mirrors SevenFriday’s straightforwardness strategy revealing key data on product’s inceptions. The V-Series (and from now all new SevenFriday watches) are outfitted with a NFC chip which is utilized to validate the watch. Indeed, it is conceivable to filter the watch with a cell phone (NFC empowered) and check the validness of the watch.
The SevenFriday V-Series will have a retail cost of Swiss Francs 1,055/Euro 1,000 preceding charges. sevenfriday.com