Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: The inspirations for this watch are the number pad of a phone and the metal bracelet Nekura watches.
The elegant metal bracelet is wider where the case of a normal watch would be. There I placed nine metal circles – each of them surrounded by a ring that represents the number you would expect on a phone number pad. Each circle is surrounded by an LED ring which is divided into four parts. These parts, if illuminated, indicate the reading order of the four time digits.
When the time is shown, the display can have very different appearances. The single ring quarters can be spread throughout the display without touching each other or be all connected. In any case it looks strange and only you would know the secret. Four of the nine circles are also buttons. They carry abstract letters representing the function they activate: T for time, D for date, A plays a random animation and S lets you enter setting mode.
I gave the watch a smoother appearance to address more women, kept a sleek soberness to address men. No matter if man or woman, I can see technic fans as well as art addicted people wearing this watch.
The watch looks cool when still of, the nine circles give the watch a remarkable face and the LED display is fun to decipher I think.