Only a limited edition were produced – one for each day of the year.
"As the name implies, we have produced a watch for every day of the year," said Void.
"The V03W-365 serves as a warm reminder for these grounding dates that we too often forget, making it the perfect gift," they continued.
The watch is water-resistant, and comes with two straps – one in black vegetable-tanned leather, and one in dark brown leather.
It features a round analogue display in black and white, surrounded by a gold 38-millimetre case.
In keeping with the theme of time, the Latin phrase "hoc die", which translates to "this day", is printed as a red accent on the white dial.
"Celebrate the impact of a day in the year with the V03W-365, because we only have hoc die," added Void.
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.
Void now offers a wide range of both analogue and digital watches, all available via the brand's website.
Five winners will each receive one V03W-365, only 365 of which will be produced. The timepiece is also available on Void's website, where it retails at $260 (approximately £195).
The watch comes with a strap-changing tool, as well as a wall calendar.