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squarestreet launches its latest timepiece: PLANO

by Sophie Cullen on Aug 10, 2016 in Lifestyle , Products
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All images courtesy of squarestreet

All images courtesy of squarestreet

Hong Kong-based design studio squarestreet has just released its slimmest watch to date – PLANO

Swedish designer Alexis Holm – winner of a Perspective 40 Under 40 Award for Product Design – has launched the latest timepiece from his studio, squarestreet. PLANO features signature Scandinavian minimalism next to contemporary styling, and the watch includes a host of design elements to make it unique.

Dan Plano Gold 1

Named after the Spanish word for “flat”, PLANO stands at just 6.7mm tall, and the Swiss 715 movement by Ronda offers up 42 months of runtime with 3-hand readout and date indication. The dial offers precise and crisp readout, and also allows for the possibility of reading the time straight from the hour hands inner index track. Intersecting concentric circles, typical of squarestreet watches, emanate from the centre as well as the date hole, adding an extra dimension of detail.

Plano Black Army Front  Plano Camel Black side

Plano Sky Gold FrontPlano Black Black Front

PLANO is offered in a choice of polished gold or PVD coated matte black stainless steel with hand-printed eggshell dial and is available in a selection of colourways: black, gold, navy, army, sky, camel and leaf combinations.

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