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excellent job, David. the concept is simple and clear, and intriguing in the same time. I love the strap with lines, it goes perfect with the case.
Those tiny lines on the surface of the case gives a very ellegant vision to this item.
1, 2, 4, 8, 16? for hours? So Hundred hours? Prefer to have the regular 12 hour system. Don’t want to add 16+4=? Oh ya 20, 20: now add 32+8=?……………oh ya 40…..what was the hour again???? Push one more time as I forgot. Otherwise looks great.
Yeah the time is hard to read. But if you like a watch, you learn it and later you can read it within a second.
My taste: only 5% of the displaying rectangle are used for the indicators. If the unused area would be solar cells, it would have a justification. But just emptiness looks a little cheap. Maybe bigger LEDs would be nice. But that’s my taste
24-hour binary time – great stuff! I like the way how you kept the reading direction true to binary.
I much prefer LED watches using 24-hour system rather than 12-hour, its modern & conveys more information.
I like that but don t the light would be better if it match the size of the squarre of the strap? or maybe it is just my taste.