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SevenFriday - Q-Series

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The new Q-Series from Zurich-based SevenFriday is characterised  by a new regulator-type complication with the hours displayed via a decentralised 24-hour ring and a large central hand for minutes.

The new watches also feature a date function, a first for SevenFriday. Seconds are shown on a 120° indicator on a 0–20 scale with rotating discs displaying 0+, 20+, 40+.

The Q-Series includes three models: the Q1/01 in polished stainless steel with a vertically brushed bezel and a black & white dial, the Q2/01 in polished stainless steel with a sunray brushed bezel framing a dial with copper-toned details, and the Q3/01 in black PVD-treated stainless steel with a vertically brushed bezel.

The case is water resistant to 30 metres / 100 feet and is 44.3 mm high x 49.7 mm wide (53.2 mm including the crown) with a thickness of 11.3 mm.

Straps can be easily changed thanks to the quick release pushers located on the left side of the case.

All models are powered by the Japanese automatic calibre Miyota (a Citizen company) 82S7 beating at a frequency of 3 Hz (21,600 vibrations per hour) with a power reserve of 40 hours.

The back case discloses key information on product’s origins. Each watch is equipped with a NFC chip which allows authentication of official SevenFriday watches by consumers and retailers using the SevenFriday app.

Prices of the new SevenFriday Q-Series models start at Euro 1,300 / US$ 1,400.


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