A trio of conjoined circles on the face are arranged to resemble the facial features of a monkey, with graphical elements added to emphasise this.
"Monkeys are interesting, I've used them before in porcelain," Hayón told Dezeen. "I thought why not integrate that into a watch?"
This latest watch design was previewed as part of his Game On solo exhibition at Galerie Kreo in Paris earlier this year.
The surface of the watch is ridged, creating lines that radiate out from the centre of the face. The timepiece is available as only 50 editions and comes in grey, black and rose gold versions.
"This is how I started designing these, trying to make something that I'm really pleased with and would be happy to wear all my life," he added.
"What I have discovered by making watches is that I really enjoy making them," said Hayón. "A part of that is also a very beautiful kind of focused type of design, it's very different from designing interiors or making installations or creating furniture."
"There's a lot of micro things happening in there, like a button, it's something quite amazing," he added. "Its a small thing but it has a lot of detail and elements to it, that makes the design very sophisticated."
"All that comes together in the watch, and I thought it was interesting to bring something very animalistic. Thats why I used the monkey, the idea of having a glimpse of humour in something very technological and technical."