Dezeen has teamed up with Void to give away five of its limited-edition V03D-Stockholm watches.
Congratulations to the winners! Robert Buss, David Hunt, Jan Bagiński, Willem Kuling and Wendi Hudson.
The V03D-Sthlm is the latest release from the Swedish brand's modern-classic V03D collection. It features a stainless-steel 38-millimetre case and a blue strap.
The brand based the unisex watch on different icons and landmarks in Stockholm, in particular the clocks found in the Swedish capital's underground train stations.
In reference to the clock, the watch has bold black hour indexes and numbers in the Esseltube font – the type used since the first underground trains started to run in Stockholm.
Both the strap and the case are a similar blue to the signage colour used within the underground stations.
"The blue calf leather strap gets its colour from the original branding of the Stockholm underground where the trains and signage were all blue," explained the watch brand.
Another nod to Stockholm is the inclusion of a zero in front of the eight to form the 08 area code of the city.
"At 8 o'clock you'll notice that a zero has been added in front of the eight to form the Stockholm area code of 08 used on fixed telephone lines," Void continued. "In Sweden, native Stockholmers are knows as 08s."
The triangular pattern on the case back is borrowed from David Helldén's iconic Sergels Torg, the most central public square in Stockholm. The same pattern is also used on the packaging, but with the signature blue colour.
Five winners will each receive one V03D-Sthlm, only 300 of which will be produced. The timepiece is also available on Void's website, where it retails at $230 (approximately £185).
This competition is now closed. Winners will be selected at random and notified by email, and their names will be published at the top of this page.