Dezeen Watch Store launches biggest ever mid-season sale

Watches by popular brands such as Braun, Mondaine and Rosendahl have been reduced by up to 40 per cent in Dezeen Watch Store's biggest ever mid-season sale.

Limited numbers of watches are available at a discounted rate during the sale, which will continue until stocks run out.

Mondaine's Helvetica Light has lugs based on the typeface's "1" digit

Customers can save up to £120 on watches such as Mondaine's Helvetica Light, which has a design based on an iconic Swiss typeface.

Other watches reduced by 40 per cent include Seconds GMT by Nocs Atelier and Lunar by Ziiiro.

Braun's BN0171 features a classic round 38-millimetre face and a ceramic bracelet

A range of iconic Braun watches inspired by Dieter Rams and Dietrich Lubs' original designs are now reduced. The BN0171 now costs just £225, down from £300.

Chi and Chi used refined materials and calf leather for Polygon 02

Taiwan-based Chi and Chi's Polygon 02, which features a faceted case made up of 24 edges each representing an hour in the day, is now reduced by up to 30 per cent. It has a minimal white face and engraved minute indications, and comes with a calf leather strap.

Window 004 contrasts a grey leather-lined nylon fabric strap with a silver stainless steel case and buckle

Standout sale items include the first timepiece from Nendo's dedicated watch brandWindow 004 features a gently curved oval bezel that contrasts with the glass case surface to reference the window of an aeroplane.

The limited-edition V03D-Dezeen has a minimal design based on Void's iconic V03 timepiece

Void's limited-edition collaboration watch with Dezeen now costs £130, down from £165. It has a bespoke face design with minimal dial graphics, a black case and all-black leather strap.

Rosendahl has updated the Picto to include a mesh strap and pink dial

Rosendahl's Picto, which has a unique rotary disk movement and displays time as a pictogram, is also available in a wide variety of colours with a 15 per cent discount.

Suprematism by Projects is a homage to one of the earliest and most radical developments in abstract art

Suprematism by US brand Projects has been reduced by 10 per cent and now costs £117. Milanese designer Denis Guidone paid homage to abstract Russian art with its unusual dial composition.

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