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Introducing: SevenFriday P3C/04 Carbon Red

SevenFriday P3C/04 Carbon Red

Is there any more high-octane combination than carbon fibre and bright red? Maybe, just don’t let SEVENFRIDAY know; the off-kilter accessible watchmaker is revving their crimson-tinted engine with their latest release, the P3C/04 Red Carbon.

The new P3C/O4 is pure SEVENFRIDAY, from the idiosyncratic open dial to the NFC chip embedded inside for authentication. This is a more serious, racing take on the formula though, with a typically oversized, 47.6mm x 47mm blacked-out, carbon fibre bezel and bright red ring highlighting the watch’s cushion shape.

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The theme doesn’t stop there. The brand name, speedometer-inspired chapter ring and all the indexes are highlighted in red, against a background of more carbon fibre. The whole thing is set on an intensely red strap made from competition strength seatbelt material, finished with a SEVENFRIDAY UV signature.

SevenFriday P3C/04 Carbon Red

Powered by a Miyota 82S7 movement with a 40-hour power reserve, the P3C/04 Carbon Red isn’t anything ground-breaking; it’s just a twist on the tried and true SEVENFRIDAY formula. That doesn’t stop it being almost painfully cool, though.

Price & Specs:

Model: SEVENFRIDAY P3C/04 Carbon Red
Case/Dial: 47.6mm diameter x 47mm height, black PVD case, carbon fibre bezel and animation ring
Water resistance: 100m (10 bar)
Movement: Calibre Miyota 8257, automatic
Frequency: 21,600 vph (3 Hz)
Power reserve: 40h
Functions: Hours, minutes, off-centred small seconds, 24h indicator
Strap: Black semi-matt calf skin leather base with inlayed red seat belt nylon material
Price/availability: CHF 1,628 (ex. VAT)

More details at SevenFriday.

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