"We didn’t want to have a logo emblazoned on every component of the watch, which is pretty common today," co-founder Kirsty Whyte told Dezeen. "We wanted a little space away from the noise of branding and technology too."
The watch features a domed lens, brushed case and polished bezel. It carries a Swiss movement and has leather straps.
The minimal metal hands and minute and hour markers were based on similar features on classic watches.
The name comes from its 30mm size, conceived after the founders saw a gap in the market for scaled-down unisex watches. It is now available to buy from Dezeen Watch Store in gold/black, rose gold/tan or silver/nougat.
"We want to create something free from fast fashion and trend," said Whyte. "We let the design speak for itself and keep our name hidden where only you can see it."
Established in 2015, Freedom To Exist is a self-funded start-up watch brand based in west London. The three founders have a long-standing passion for design, and wanted to create timepieces defined by classic detailing.
Other recent arrivals to Dezeen Watch Store include VOID's first timepiece for women and AÃRK's Classic Neu, featuring a dodecagon-shaped face.