All our watches are shipped worldwide free of charge, via a tracked service and require a signature upon delivery. We ship via UPS to UK mainland addresses, and via FedEx for the EU and rest of the world.
Express delivery options are available at the checkout for customers in the UK and USA, charged at £5 for UK Express next working day, and £10 for USA Express next working day delivery. Express delivery orders must be placed before 1pm GMT for same day dispatch. Any orders placed after 1pm GMT, over the weekend or on a UK bank holiday will be dispatched the next working day.
Customers are able to return or exchange full price watches that are unsuitable or unwanted as long as they are unworn, within 28 days of receipt. Watches must be returned in a resalable condition without any visible marks to the face or strap and include all original packaging, tags and manuals. The cost of return postage is not refundable. Customers wishing to return sale items have 7 days from receipt of goods to request a return or exchange.
Unfortunately we are currently unable to accept orders with PO box and APO addresses.
Uniform Wares is a British brand that designs classic Swiss-made watches with understated contemporary details.
Its first range designed specifically for women features scaled-down timepieces that retain the brand’s utilitarian aesthetic.
The M35 is the smallest watch in the new collection, measuring 35mm in diameter. It houses a Swiss quartz Ronda movement and features a classic brushed gold linked bracelet.
Like Uniform Wares’ other watches, it has a numberless dial and is protected by a scratch resistant sapphire lens.
|Case material||316L Stainless steel|
|Lens||Scratch resistant sapphire glass|
|Strap||316L stainless steel bracelet|
|Mechanism||Swiss made quartz Ronda 762, 4-jewels|
|Accuracy||-10/+20 secs per month|
About the brand
Uniform Wares is a British watch brand that designs classic watches with understated contemporary details. The company was founded in 2009 by entrepreneurs Oliver Fowles and Patrick Bek, who met while studying product design together. Bek and Fowles’ ambition was to create a new breed of minimal timepieces for everyday use, as an alternative to over-embellished statement watches. "The aim was to produce a range of products that were part of your everyday uniform, which is where the name Uniform Wares came from," explained Bek.See more Uniform Wares watches