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Void takes on traditional watchmaking norms with their V02 Mark II

A sequel to their 2009 design.
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Void is having a bit of fun with analog timekeeping with their new V02 Mark II watch. The watch is an update to their 2009 design that combines a minimalist form factor with what looks to be a complicated dial, but it could not be any more simple. 

Time is told using three "compass needle" hands with the short hand indicating hours and the long hands indicating seconds and minutes. To tell the time, all you do is match the red or white tips to the corresponding digits of the same color. As for specs, the case is made from stainless steel and features a sapphire crystal face and a Japanese quartz movement.

$295, Void

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