Void's lightweight PKG01 watch now comes with a navy leather strap and a stainless-steel case in gold that is brushed on the side and polished on top.
The watch is Void's slimmest timepiece to date, measuring only seven millimetres thick. It has a 38-millimetre case and a pared-back white dial.
Created by product designer Patrick Kim-Gustafson, the watch stays true to the brand's function-first aesthetic. It features neat numeral indices for each quarter hour, a date window and text that reads "Void watches" at the 6 o'clock mark.
Void's first timepiece designed specifically for women is also launching at Dezeen Watch Store in new colours. The V03P is a scaled-down version of previous watches by the brand, with a small 28-millimetre case size.
The case now comes in brushed copper or black, with a narrow olive-green leather strap. Void kept the crown slightly oversized to make it easier to adjust the time.
The dial features Void's logo and numberless indices, with hour and minute hands that include a luminescent fill.
Swedish-born David Ericsson launched Void in 2008 as a side project while working as an engineer in Hong Kong. Dezeen was the first website to feature the brand's debut timepiece, the V01.
In a recent interview with Dezeen, Ericsson explained that there wasn't a template for a design-led watch brand when he first started.
"I didn't know how to package a small design niche brand like this," he said. "It's fun to have that blank page, you feel like a pioneer."
Void has previously collaborated with Dezeen on a limited-edition timepiece featuring bespoke dial graphics.