Uniform Wares has announced two new updates to its 150 and 200 Series timepieces, with the launch of the 152 and 203 Series watches featuring updates to the dials and movements.
The London-based brand said the 152 Series and 203 Series watches are an evolvement of its best-selling predecessors and include “subtle but precise developments” whilst still maintaining the minimal aesthetic.
The new 152 Series is a contemporary reinterpretation of the classic dress watch and has a refined, ultra-thin case of just 6.05mm and has been updated by the introduction of a Swiss-made Ronda 4 jewel movement, re-designed lacquered or shimmer plated dials and a modern size, unisex 35mm case.
The new 203 model, meanwhile, remains a chunky timepiece but has been updated to include a re-designed dial with hour appliqués, a larger aperture date display and a two-part, chamfered bezel case that resembles a billet of milled steel.
The 203 Series’ is also a lug-less design and is available in PVD-coated or natural steel case finishes and fitted with premium sliced, British or Italian calf leather straps.
The two new series of watches will be launched at the temporary Uniform Wares shop in London, that is part of the brand’s 12:24 exhibition, scheduled to take place during London Fashion Week and London Design Festival.
They will be launched on the brand’s website at a later date.