Dezeen Watch Store is introducing five new colours across three of Stock's bestselling styles; two for the S004 and the S003, and one for the S002.
The new additions maintain the pared-back aesthetic of the existing Stock watches, which typically combine a minimal look with design quirks based on vintage timepieces.
The S002 now comes with a brushed silver dial and contrasting black leather strap. It features thin hour and minute markers and a small o at the 12 o'clock mark, which is based on the symbol for the word "number".
The S003 – defined by its scaled-down proportions and tiny sub-dial – can be purchased with either a brushed steel or white dial. The white version is the only Stock watch to feature numerals instead of indices.
The S004 is now available with a black or gunmetal grey finish, and is Stock's largest watch at 38 millimetres. It is the only timepiece in the range to include a date window.
Other colours available from the range include the S003 with an off-white face and tan strap, and the S004 with a rose-gold finished case, black face, pale hands and black strap.
Stock was founded in 2013 by watch enthusiast David Tatangelo, who designs all the watches in the range from Melbourne.
The brand's name is a play on the idea of "stock" or standardised designs."There is a playfulness in that the name itself suggests there isn't much going on, but a discerning eye will notice all the subtleties," Tatangelo told Dezeen.