SevenFriday launched a new collection of bespoke watches – the Q-series. This is the 4th series in its repertoire, featuring new complications and design cues. One of the main highlights of the Q-series is the new visual complication, in which it now comes with a decentralised hour ring, inspired by regulator watches. Another noteworthy point to mention is its date: the Q-series is the first timepiece for a SevenFriday.
There are also other features in the SevenFriday Q-series that were ported over from its siblings. This includes the NFC Chip (which allows user to authenticate the watch), the quick strap-change mechanism, as well as the seconds disc that is fitted with the “additioner system”, first seen on the V-series watches. The watch is also fitted with the “transparency case”, in which it embodies the company’s transparency policy and reflects the origins of the product’s components.
Notably, there are 3 different variants of the Q-series. Each of them is tied to one of SevenFriday’s three industrial universes: Essence, Revolution, and Engines. Each of them are cased in different materials, with different styles and straps to match its theme.