Uniform Wares 302 series

After giving you the preview at the beginning of the month, we can now show you the new 302 series from Uniform Wares in full.

Uniform Wares have managed to establish themselves rather quickly as a dominant force in chic watch design and it’s a pleasure to see, especially as they are a UK brand. The 302 is an extension of the previous 300 series and sees Uniform Wares at the very top of their game. Ensuring they stick to their trademark rules of legible, minimal design but pushing themselves further than before, Uniform Wares have created a solid high-end watch in the 302 series.

Constructed from a 316L stainless steel case and displaying either a PVD or satin-brushed stainless steel finished face, the 302 plays host to a 23-jewel Swiss ETA chronograph calendar movement that is precise to 1/10 of a second. Impressive stuff. Finished with sapphire glass and a sliced British or Italian calf leather strap, it is evident that the slow design process that took over a year for this model alone was worth the wait.

Uniform Wares continue to impress with their aesthetic and attention to functionality in design as we see them gradually creep up the market into the realms of top-end watches. Luckily they also keep their more affordable watches in stock as well, expanding to offer a superb range of watches that fit very well together.

The 302 series is available now from Uniform Wares for £620. Check out the beautifully shot promo video below. If that doesn’t make you want one, nothing will.

Alex Synamatix

One of three co-founders at THE DAILY STREET, Alex is our Editor-in-Chief, overseeing all TDS activity. Outside of TDS, Alex is a respected creative in his own right, from art directing club nights (comm•une) to consulting for some of the largest global brands.

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  • rob

    so on point. these are a thing of beauty

  • http://www.soldoutshit.com Sold Out Shit

    Had my eyes on these for a while, toss up between the 302 and the 250 series for me.


    Designed insanely well, but I’m afraid I’m not gonna spend more than 500£ on a quartz movement watch.

  • Hunter

    the black one looks incredible, puts my obaku to shame.