Short Circuit Watch Design

(English) Design submitted by Genghis from France.

Genghis says: “This is a new version of my previous design called “Electronic LED watch”. I came up with this idea while looking at printed circuit board patterns. My aim for this design was indeed to make microprocessor look with a minimalistic case design.

It is a classical 12-5-9 display with LED (I think LCD is possible too). The different groups of LEDs are gathered into 3 patterns. One color for each group could help user to read the time. The time is displayed when touching the front face of the watch and set with two buttons on the back.

This design stands out from other designs thanks to its electronic stylish pattern. I think this design fits well to Tokyoflash design guidelines.”

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14 Responses to “Short Circuit Watch Design”

  1. avatar Firdaus より:

    Nice Genghis-khan ;-)
    Looks so Tokyoflashy, and like ya mentioned, classical one.

  2. avatar Patrick より:

    It is a watch that I like.
    For buttons on the back, it reminds me of some of my models, so it may be a good idea?

  3. avatar Samukun より:

    Oh yeah! I remember your electronic watch. That was cool too. This one is great. I like how the conduits go over the edge. I like the simple bracelet design and the hidden button. When the display is off, it looks like a punchcard – tame and regular. When the lights are on, it looks interesting. Very cool 12-5-9 watch!

  4. avatar Beto より:

    Nice design you got there.
    Conduit… sounds familiar ;)
    I rated it 5 and buy.

  5. avatar David Balé より:

    Nice!! great idea and imagination.. So futuristic

  6. avatar Avatara より:

    Interesting but a bit difficult to read at a glance. Like the circuit theme though.

  7. avatar Cory より:

    12-5-9 would be proud! I like how the LEDs wrap around the side of the case. Would help to have some example times/diagrams, to see which order the LEDs fill in.

    Great look you’ve gone for, Ghengis. Stainless steel one all the way on this, makes the circuit board look really pop!

  8. avatar Valerijus16 より:

    Easy to read, attractive . Realy nice :)

  9. avatar rem より:

    Very nice ! Simple and yet sophisticated. I rate it 5.

  10. avatar Booty より:

    So inventive people still exist… you took inspiration from previous but skyrocketed it to the top.
    I rate it 5 stars cause 6 isn’t possible. Good rendering though.
    Thanx

  11. avatar GEEK より:

    The silverish-grey and red one is B E A U T I F U L ! Buy on day one!

  12. avatar TIm より:

    Wow. I’m a computer geek and I am totally diggin this watch. It’s artistic while still being easy to figure out the time. That is one of my pet peeves… some of the Tokyo Flash designs are SO esoteric. I don’t want to have to stare at my watch for 5 minutes just to figure out that it’s lunchtime. This design is funky, cool and easy to intuit. Dig.

  13. avatar Aphosno より:

    I’m so poor when I buy all the watches I like. I need to expand my top list. I would buy this watch in the moment I see it online. 5*/y