Uniform Wares – 200 Series
Uniform Wares is out with the new 200 Series Calendar Wristwatch model. This is the companys second major collection that embodies the Uniform Wares minimal aesthetic while demonstrating the progression of […]
Uniform Wares is out with the new 200 Series Calendar Wristwatch model. This is the companys second major collection that embodies the Uniform Wares minimal aesthetic while demonstrating the progression of the brand offering. The 200 Series watch features a 40mm aircraft grade stainless steel case in PVD coated, Brushed or Polished finishes as well as an Italian calf leather strap and Swiss made ETA calendar movement.
Designed as a continuation of the 100 Series Wristwatch, this unisex timepiece references the classic engineering of machine gauges and industrial equipment used in the leather working process. The design focuses on the mix of traditional wrist watch materials and finishes with a contemporary form. The 200 Series is available in five finishes; Brushed stainless steel with Cherry leather strap, Polished stainless steel with Slate grey strap, Rose Gold PVD with Antique brown strap and Gun Metal grey PVD with Tan strap and Black PVD with Black strap, with prices from 215.00 £. The Gun Metal model is exclusively available through the Uniform Wares website.
The 200 Series collection looks to embody our company ethos and represent the growth of the brand offering. says company co-founder and designer, Patrick Bek. With more models due for release before Christmas, Uniform Wares continues to produce in limited quantities to ensure that their offering is as uncommon as it is unique. Each of their timepieces are designed at the Uniform Wares London office.
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