Uniform Wares designs and produces timepieces based around a philosophy that is firmly rooted in classic British design and contemporary styling. Its wristwatches are intended for everyday use by individuals with an eye for meticulous detailing and a passion for diligent, modern design.
Established in 2009 by product designers, Oliver Fowles and Patrick Bek, the Uniform Wares aesthetic has been tailored with longevity in mind and a firm belief in design with a practical and visual permanence. Each collection is intentionally pared down and characterised by distinct form, considered use of materials and unique combinations of traditional horological details with robust engineered surface finishes. While the movements are handpicked from the best Japanese and Swiss manufacturers, every other component part of a Uniform Wares timepiece, from the CNC machined cases to the hand drawn font on the back of each case, is conceived, developed and designed in the company's London offices.
The precision that goes into designing and developing each Uniform Wares wristwatch collection is a slow, exacting process that results in each series being produced in small quantities with each subsequent series seeing the introduction of subtly alternative details.