Congratulations to the winners! Jayne Bojang from the UK, Marty Bowen from New Zealand, Amy Bascombe-McCarthy from the UK, Alexander Lang from Germany and Philip Conchie from the UK.
The model follows on from the original V02 watch, and has a significantly slimmer case along with new colours and straps.
A rectangular sapphire crystal window on the lower half of the V02MKII's stainless steel casing displays the time in an unusual way.
The face features a semi-circular dial rather than a full circle. Three thin double-ended hands are used to mark the hours, minutes and seconds, and are coloured to correspond with sets of numbers on the dial.
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"Unlike the latest smart watches that have transformed our wrists into cell phones, VOID Watches has always kept their watches simple in both design and functionality," said designer and VOID founder David Ericsson. "Enter the V02MKII, an unusually clever watch with a unique way of telling time."
"When someone first takes a look at the V02 they usually have to stop and take a minute to understand how it works," he added.
Based in Hong Kong, Ericsson launched VOID Watches in 2008 after graduating from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
The brand has an extensive range of timepieces, including the all-black V03D Hugin model stocked on Dezeen Watch Store.
"We try to make beautiful watches and we're always very happy when someone likes them," Ericsson told Dezeen.
The watch comes in five casing and strap combinations. Casing options include black, silver or gold colours, while straps are available in either black or brown calf leather, and black or silver metal links.
Winners of this competition can select their favourite version from the V02MKII range.
This competition has now closed. Winners will be selected at random and notified by email, and their names will be published at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.
Photography is by Amanda Kho
For more information visit www.voidwatches.com
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