WHAT'S IN STORE?
The Independent Collective is an authorised dealer for all brands that we sell, you can purchase from us with confidence knowing that we will be there for you if something ever goes wrong, and here for your next purchase.
We're all about getting up close and personal with your favourite brands, so why not drop in and check out our range of Australia's largest collection of Independent Watch & Lifestyle brands
Inspired by Industrial machines and challenging the norm in the watch industry, SEVENFRIDAY launched in 2012 and has very quickly become a cult classic. How do you #livesevenfriday?
SEVENFRIDAY LIFESTYLE With the same inspirations as the watch line of SEVENFRIDAY products,the bracelets and soon to be released eye wear, are industrial cool without the price tag, priced from just $195
Recover, recycle, reclaim, or REC for short. Designed in Denmark, REC recycles vintage icons into watches, from the 1960's Mini Cooper, Ford Mustang and the Porshce 911 each watch is completely unique and features a raw panel salvaged from its namesake.
What story does your watch tell?
The bold and unapologetic pocket watch brand from Switzerland, The Watch module easily converst from your wrist, to your pocket and even the desk mount by a unique bayonet system. #defyconformity
German designed and manufactured Qlocktwo Qlocks and watches tell time in words, like a good friend, no hands, no rush.
"It Is half past seven"
New to Australia and exclusively avaiable at the Collective, the Electricianz is a celebration of the quartz watch and the joy of the exposed mechanism, bringing a youthful play of watchmaking to your wrist.
Designed in Lucca, Italy by Italo Fontano since 1942, Uboat is synonymous with oversize watches. They were big before big was big! Check out the range at the Collective
One of the oldest names in Swiss watchmaking, Perrelet is the father of the automatic winding mechanism. Dating back to 1777 and at the forefront of modern watchmaking Perrelet is re-knowned for the Turbine collection featuring the dial side rotor which originally served to wind the automatic mechanism, but more recently is designed to give your watch an ever changing face and provide a shield to what lies beneath the blades.