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I LOVE this display. 5* If the case and strap were made more suitable for a woman, I would buy this in an instant. Awesome. Very tricky looking, but quite easy to read. Just one note — the “6″ is missing from your explanation figures…(but I could figure out what it would look like
Aw thanx Heather. I’m sure TF could easily make it into a more feminine looking watch too. I sent an amended graphic last week with the 6 included, but I think it must have ended up in the spam folder.
Looks very tricky, but is really simple to read. It’s very cool………or do I say HOT ?!?!
Hey thanx Diane!
I like this, simple but cyptic display that is easy to understand quickly, simple case that makes the display the main event. Me likey 5 stars and Yes sir!
The geometry font used to tell the time is already awesome, but I,M,H,O, the arrangement can be made more creatively. I think this watch design is for ladies.
I like it! I would find the digits quicker to read if they were tilted clockwise instead of counter clockwise.
Very nice design!!!
I suppose that depends on if you’re wearing it on your right wrist or your left. The one shown would be easier to read on your right wrist and harder on your left.
Fantastic display, 5* from me. I love the idea of just looking at the diagonals. Easy to read at a glance but cryptic enough to confuse onlookers.
I agree that the arrangement of the numbers could be different, I personally prefer square, hours on top, mins below. The overall idea is great though.
Short version: BOUGHT!
+ The number system just rocks. It is so easy, once you know the way of deformation. The result looks. It’s creative and wearable.
+ The case, it’s simple and goes well with the inclined numbers.
Good luck Lloyd!!
Thanx Pete, Firdy, Gordon, Avatara and Sam! You’ve really cheered me up. Cheers for taking the time to vote and leave some feedback. Thanx too to TF for the 3D graphics.
Really cool. Did not get it at first and thought that looks way to complicated…but its actually very easy to read when you know how. Very clever design. Very sci-fi! Love it.
I gotta say, this is such a cool concept, looks super tricky, but is in reality, quite simple to read. Bravo!
Thats brilliant! Looks complicated but actually works well! I wonder how well it’ll work in the daylight tho.
Thanx Scott, Cory and Rascle. )
Please, if you make this, have a “random digits scrolling” animation mode- (Much like you see in movies when someone is trying to brute force a code, and they are putting in digit combinations really fast….)
As usual, Lloyd King has added another exceptional surprise “outside the box”. It should be a sell-out.
Amazing looking watch, instant buy
The numbering system is pure genius!
Keep up the good work
Wow thanx Lynn and infectedtofu (lmao)!
I’ve been a big fan of Lloyd’s puzzle for some months now and his ingenuity is always fresh and seemingly endless–I’m constant blown away by the quality of his puzzles. This is yet another tiny example of Lloyd’s inventiveness.
This would make excellent gifts for my precocious kid cousins and puzzle-loving friends who are always looking for a little something that is new, creative, fun, and stimulating for the minds.
Thumbs up all the way!
I wanna one of those!
Cool – DIESEL meets AHA PUZZLES!
Thanx Sergio and Anokha.
I like it, the purple and green make me think of something an ailen invader might wear.
Well, a 60′s stlye man-in-a-spraypainted-silver-wetsuit one anyway
Proably part of why I like this so much.. I’d certanly buy it. (if I wasn’t flat broke)
Mysterious and yet simple. I like!
Looks like time is nearly up for this entry, best of luck Lloyd!
Indeed, good luck!