Written by Crown Watch Blog Malaysia | 22 June 2021
SevenFriday lends its voice for a good cause.
It is always heartening to report about watch brands who do their bit for charity. SevenFriday, for one, is a staunch advocate of raising aid and awareness for families who have children with autism. In 2014, SevenFriday helped raise £100,000 to build an outdoor play area for the kids in Laos. In 2015, at the request of singer Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men fame, the brand created a 99-piece limited edition P3/01, raising US$100,000 with all sales proceeds going to the charity, Micah’s Voice, a children’s charity for autism awareness.
This year, SevenFriday and the Boyz II Men’s Stockman are partnering again to help the charity with a new limited edition. The timepiece in question is the T1/02 Micah’s Voice that hails from SevenFriday’s T-Series distinguished by the 45mm x 45.6mm case, dial made with eyewear lens, signature animation ring and unique NFC authentication embedded within.
The exclusive edition, however, bears several unique designs, such as a four-layered dial that obscures the movement more, compared to regular T-Series watches, as well as the Micah Voice foundation’s “little bit louder now” motto and a smile motif at the bottom of the dial. Driven by the automatic Seiko NH70 movement with 40-hour power reserve, the watch is presented with a tiny teddy bear for that extra warm, fuzzy feeling.
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