Fredmans is located on one of Stockholm's most exclusive addresses - Strandvägen 15.
A short walk in the shade of the esplanade takes you to us, and our carefully selected range of niche and well-established watch brands: Girard-Perragaux, Franck Muller, Carl F. Bucherer, Corum, Halda, Longines, Oris, Rado, Bell&Ross, Mido, Raymond Weil, Tissot etc. Each brand corner in the store offers a wide selection of best selling watches such as pieces in limited edition.
Fredman Ur is named after the famous watchmaker of the Royal Court of Sweden - Johan (Jean) Fredman. To bear this name is an honour for us to reperesent the Swedish watch traditions and this even means to have some responsibilities at the same time. That is why we aspire to support and maintain the Scandinavian watch traditions and also offer our customers to explore exciting Scandinavian watch manufacturers.
WATCHES ARE OUR PASSION
Fredmans is a family business, driven by a passion for watches, great interest and enormous commitment to everything we do.
Having a real passion for watches means for us to be at the forefront when it comes to new brands and models, shopping experience in store and service spirit. We do everything to ensure that our customers always receive optimal service when they visit us. Our main task is to find the right watch with unique features that suit you, your style, taste and personality, the watch with which you will enjoy for a long time.
FREDMAN - ROYAL WATCHMAKER
We chose the name Fredmans with care to protect and pay homage to a long tradition of watchmakers with the name Fredman. Most famous is Johan Fredman (1712-1764). He was a prominent watchmaker who at a remarkably early age became an elder in the watchmakers' guild and later a court watchmaker for Fredrik I and Adolf Fredrik.
Johan Fredman is otherwise best known from Carl Michael Bellman's epistles, where Fredman's life is so vividly described. By naming our store just Fredman, we hope to be able to contribute to our country's proud watchmaker history will survive and that Johan Fredman's name is mentioned with the reverence and respect it is worth.