SevenFriday P3C/03 BEACH CLUB

1,200 USD
Suggested retail price, may vary according to your local taxes and current exchange rates. All prices subject to change.

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Just in time for the summer – SevenFriday launches the P3C/03 BEACH CLUB

SevenFriday P3C/03 – Beach Club

SevenFriday is known for its affordable and unique designs. In all fairness, affordable does depend on what you are comparing it with. However, SevenFridays always manage to look way more expensive than they actually are. The P3C/03 is no exception. A fashionable and cool watch, evoking sun and fun, with a promise of the smell of saltwater in the air. The translucent aqua blue of the animation ring matching the color of the sea, while the dash of yellow on its iconic multi-layered dial hints at days spent lounging in the sun!

With a water resistance of 100 meters and a screw-down crown, the P3C/03 is perfect for the individual who wants to take a dive with their BEACH CLUB and everyone else who just enjoys a day in the sun with the occasional dip in the water.

The 47.6 X 47 mm stainless steel case is fitted with a black PVD bezel, crown, and buckle. The caseback, also in stainless steel, is embedded with the SevenFriday NFC chip allowing for secure authentication and registration using the SevenFriday app. The bezel groove line is filled with blue Berlac painting, and the animation ring is in opaque black and translucent aqua blue Acetate, which is the same material used for eyeglasses.

The SevenFriday P3C/03 comes fitted with a black rembordé canvas strap with blue stitching and black calf leather lining. The timepiece is powered by a MIYOTA 82S7 automatic movement with a 40-hour power reserve.

SevenFriday P3C/03 BEACH CLUB


Features

The Basics

Dial

Case

Strap

Functions

  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • 24 Hour Display
  • Small Seconds

Special Features

  • Water resistance 100m/10 bar
  • Bezel groove line refilled with blue Berlac painting

The Brand

SevenFriday

SevenFriday is just a baby at six years old, but it has already made its mark on the watch industry. Founded by Swiss Daniel Niederer from Zurich, the brand was an instant success. The name is a modern interpretation of the Latin saying “Carpe Diem”, which is translated as “Seize the Day”. The watches are immediately recognizable thanks to their rounded/square shapes, a bit like televisions from the 1960s.


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