Polygon Watch by Chi and Chi Studio

March 20th, 2015 by retail design blog

Taiwan-based Chi and Chi studio presents its first watch, the “Polygon.” Taking a simple approach to design, the team describes an ethos based around “the relationships between people and objects. Our inspirations come from small things in our everyday life.” The timepiece indeed reflects the studio’s stripped back aesthetic. Running on a Japanese Miyota movement, the central feature is a 24-cut geometric case in 316L stainless steel. The angular form makes for a tactile surface that extends around the chunky rim. Topped with hardened mineral glass, each piece is finished with a plain calf leather strap. Currently there are three color combinations available: silver/grey, gold/brown and our personal favourite, gold/black.

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