SevenFriday Punk Watch Review

SevenFriday Punk Watch Review

SevenFriday as a brand are known for their eccentric vitality and passion for all things quirky, and their new Limited Edition SevenFriday Punk Watch M1/04 is no exception and has combined the brand’s distinctive identity with an unforgettable British trend. Inspired by the 1970s London Punk scene, they have created a watch that not only embodies the bold youth culture of this time but playfully rebels against what is considered a standard within the watch industry. 

The model boasts a polished, black matte stainless steel case that measures to a comfortable but daring 47mm while the SevenFriday animation ring that surrounds the case is made from a black calf skin leather and set with studded black gun metal spikes, a union of characteristics that epitomises the British Punk era.  Like all SevenFriday watches, the dial is something to behold with blood red gothic numerals powder printed in the style of Big Ben and three rotating black discs that are driven by the Miyota 8215 engine movement.

SevenFriday Punk Watch M1/04

The strap of the M1/04 is one of my favourite quirks of the model since it has been completely embellished in black square punk spikes and a stainless steel end piece engraved with the British flag. On the underside of the strap, the striking contrast of the pink-red tartan pattern reminds me of the short skirts and printed trousers that would break up the mass of black leather found in the 70’s punk scene.

The SevenFriday Punk watch personifies the brand’s fun and carefree personality and to make the model even more tempting, there are only 4,500 pieces being released. This timepiece is also one of the brand’s NFC compatible models so you can authenticate and register your model using the SevenFriday smartphone app.

You can order your SevenFriday Punk Watch M1/04 by clicking here.

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