The British company has applied its unfussy aesthetic to the range of Swiss-made watches, which is says is inspired by "the urbane woman with an eye for unstated elegance".
At 35 millimetres in diameter, the M35 is the brand's smallest ever watch, scaled down to be more proportionate to a woman's wrist.
It is now available to buy from Dezeen Watch Store in satin gold with a choice of three bracelet options: black textured calf leather, tan cordovan leather or satin gold linked.
Like other timepieces by Uniform Wares, the M35 features numberless indices and a Swiss quartz Ronda movement, and blends utilitarian simplicity with luxury materials.
"We were approached by many women who wanted to wear our watches because they loved the androgynous, clean aesthetic, but they required smaller sizing overall," said co-founder Oliver Fowles.
"We ran with the opportunity to design a collection tailored specifically to women, that melded sophisticated horological engineering and fashion."
Each watch is developed in Uniform Wares' London studio and workshop, from initial sketch to final design. Final assembly takes place in Switzerland, following a move from London in 2015.
Speaking to Dezeen about the decision to move production to Switzerland, co-founder Patrick Bek explained that "plagiarism" of the brand's minimal watch designs had led the brand to focus on the quality of its timepieces.