SEVENFRIDAY, the Swiss-based watchmaker, has unveiled its latest timepiece, the T1/08 “Bauhaus Inspired” watch. The watch’s design draws inspiration from the Bauhaus style era, known for its simplicity, functionality, and minimalist design. This watch is perfect for men who appreciate classic design combined with modern technology.
The T1/08 watch features a three-layered dial construction, with a galvanic rhodium cut-out plate showcasing grids and patterns in red, yellow, and blue matte printings. The K1 hardened mineral glass ensures the durability of the watch, making it resistant to scratches and other potential damages. The three rows stainless steel (316L) metal bracelet adds to the watch’s durability and sleek look.
The T1/08 watch comes with an automatic skeleton TMI-Seiko NH70 engine that provides a 40-hour power reserve. The 45×45.6mm (HxW) stainless steel (316L) case and bezel, along with the bezel grooved lines refilled with red, yellow, white, and blue Berlac lacquer, give the watch a stunning, unique appearance.
The T1/08 watch also has a water resistance rating of 3ATM, making it suitable for everyday wear. The watch’s caseback is Bauhaus era-inspired, with a special polycarbonate chip cover that allows for the connection between the phone and the inlaid NFC chip. The T1/08 watch is available for pre-order at a price of $1,264.
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