The 4D Concrete Watch Shadow Edition

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The darkest version of the popular design takes the creative concept to new levels of elegance.

When Taipei-based 22 Design Studio launched the 4D watch line in 2015, the ingenious timepiece instantly put the creative team on the map of contemporary design. An automatic version of the popular watch followed two years later, along with stylish color variations on the original concept. Now, 22 Design Studio has announced a new model from the same line, the 4D Concrete Watch 42mm Shadow Edition. Made with a monochrome palette, this designer watch refines the signature concrete staircase design further. The dark gray dial features black hour, minute, and second hands, while the bezel has a black PVD-coated finish.

Minimal and refined, the high-density concrete dial only boasts the studio’s logo as an embossed accent. On the front, a sapphire glass lens protects the dial against scratches and signs of wear. Inside the 42mm stainless steel case, the Miyota movement keeps the time with accuracy. A black Italian vegetable-tanned leather strap completes the monochrome watch. Versatile but distinctive, the 4D Concrete Watch 42mm Shadow Edition provides the perfect solution to step up your wristwatch game and make a style statement at the same time. Find the 4D concrete watch line, including the Shadow Edition, in our shop.

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