Pozi-Drive LED Watch Design

(English) Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

This is “Pozi-Drive” a very simple digital LED design.  The basic premis is the display is made up of four groups of LEDs arranged in a cross-headed screw like arrangement hence the name “Pozi-Drive”.

The top two screw heads tell the hours (or months) and the lower two the minutes (or days).  This is done by illuminating the circle of LEDs or the cross shape group of LEDs to create basic round digits.

The design has a fun but industrial feel.  The strap has “machined” triangles to continue the theme through and a screw like crown for adjusting the time. This theme and fun LED colours will hopefully appeal to a wide audience.  The slim like proportions will make the design available for the majority of wrist sizes.

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37 Responses to “Pozi-Drive LED Watch Design”

  1. avatar dzign555 より:

    Hi Pete. I’ve given you 5*/ y for originality and that cool watch band. I’m not sure if I really dig this watch, but I appreciate people venturing out into unusual design territory.

    Good luck!


  2. avatar Samukun より:

    Industrial ♥ Stylish ♥ Screwz ♥ 5*/ ¥€$

  3. avatar Tim より:

    Name it “I’m Screwed” Ya would be great if made out of a solid pc of machined Aluminum. Love the industrial look.

    • avatar Pete より:

      Hi Tim, Yeah a billet watch would be super cool, I love a bit of Aluminium myself. I wasnted to call it “Screwz” but some crazy German guy beat me to it! Cheers for teh feedback and the vote! :D

  4. avatar Pete より:

    Thanks TF for adding this design to the blog!

    Dunno why the animation isn’t working, for anyone who’s interested try this link:


  5. avatar mushy より:

    Looks cool Pete! 5Y. ;)

  6. avatar Taylor より:

    I really like the watch, but I don’t know how to read it.

    • avatar Pete より:

      The four screw heads just show simple digits using the circle sections around the outside of each screw and the cross shape in the middle. Top two are hours and the bottom two are mins. Try letting your eyes relax when looking at the time examples, this may help as you wont be focussing on individual details. Thanks for liking and hopefully it will become easier for you to read! :D

  7. avatar Krautesh Vakir より:

    Another of your crazy cool ideas has emerged, love the industrial feel of it and the numbers are simple to read. 5 stars and YES for you sir. I’ll take a black and carbonfibre with green leds :)

  8. avatar Gordon より:

    This is special, nice job Pete

  9. avatar Firdaus より:

    I think if you rotate all the pluses to form X shapes you could do better theme for this design. BTW, its already good, but could be better! 5*

  10. avatar Dianekmt より:

    Elegant Design.


  11. avatar Patrick より:

    Pete, nice work, I love the strap!
    5 * / Yes.

  12. avatar Nik より:

    Nice design! Only thing I notice is that the ‘screw-heads’ are the style of a Philips screw-driver, not a Pozidrive :)

    • avatar Pete より:

      Haha I’ve been waiting for this comment to arrive! Lol yup you are correct the display is based on Phillips head screws, but that isn’t a great a name for a watch design. I ideally wanted to call it “Screwz” but that name was already used by Samukun on an earlier design. So I took the risk in choosing Pozi-drive. I’m glad you like the design despite the deliberate inacurracy :D

  13. avatar Makkovik より:

    I like the idea. I prefer + shaped segments. I also like the crown detail. my fav light color is the “aqua” ( 3rd pic )

    • avatar Pete より:

      Cool choice sir! yeah a teal type colour looks nice with stainless steel. I wonder if it would be possible to have the screw heads turnable so you could choose between + or x etc.
      Cheers for the likey and the fedback! :D

  14. avatar Pete より:

    Time is quickly running out for this design so I just want to say a quick thank you to everyone who voted, commented, shared and liked. A big thanks to TF for adding it to the blog and any external blogs/sites for featuring.
    Cheers everyone!

    Pete from the UK. :D