July 15th, 2011
A new concept from the Tokyoflash Design Studio.
This LCD concept watch design presents the time in negative space. The unlit spaces on the screen show digital numbers which are highlighted by the bright dots around them. On first glance it looks like a mysterious array of dots but once you see the numbers, it can be read instantly. Read the rest of this entry »
May 10th, 2011
Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: “Some friends asked me for an analog watch design with multiple functions, so this is an analog watch. Reading time is the same as analog watch dial, but instead of being circular, it is deployed in two lines, so the reading system is the same. Read the rest of this entry »
May 2nd, 2011
Design submitted by Andy from the Ukraine.
Andy says: “My idea is based on a ribbon bracelet and the shape of women’s fashion jewelry. It also looks like 2 leaves from a tree. The design is in the shape of 2 independent electronic parts – 1 for hours telling and 2 for minutes telling. This design would be ideal for people who love original design, fashion, style and original ways of displaying time.” Read the rest of this entry »
April 26th, 2011
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
A colorful binary LED watch design that uses six bi-color LEDs to display the time behind a sleek smoked black lens. Red LEDs indicate hours, yellow LEDs indicate minutes. Binary is simple to understand when you know how and this format of time telling allows for a minimal but unique time display.
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March 30th, 2011
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: “I thought I would give hexagons a chance this time. I made a geometrically simple case and strap in IP black and let little gaps form hexagons all around the watch design. Read the rest of this entry »
March 28th, 2011
(English) Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
A new concept watch design from Laszlo, called “Parcel”. This design uses LEDs to display the time and appears to feature raised acrylic sections to distinguish elements of time, in a similar way to the Kisai Denshoku watch.” Read the rest of this entry »
March 15th, 2011
Design submitted by Jordan from Canada.
Jordan says: “I was looking at past designs, and I liked the look of the Shinshoku band, so I designed my own look-alike. The actual watch face is covered in a sheet of ‘Smart Glass’. This glass can change from fully opaque, to transparent in a matter of milliseconds. Read the rest of this entry »
March 11th, 2011
Design submitted by Jonny from the UK.
Jonny says: “I was fed up seeing really awesome concept watches that I could not buy. It struck me that by law a watch must be a face and a strap. We are unable to buy the watch with a display all the way round your wrist designed by Peugeot or what ever. I wanted a concept that was realistic. Also… every time I look at my watch the face has disappeared to the underside of my wrist. Therefore I designed what looks like a heavy and expensive yet totally kickin’ rad solution. Read the rest of this entry »
March 2nd, 2011
(English) Design submitted by Olivier from France.
Olivier says: “I used to lose my USB key often so I came up with the idea to attach the USB key to my watch. Basically, the features are identical as the Escape C watch (skype, MP3 and Bluetooth) with the possibility to use bluetooth headphones and the USB key to store music or any computer data. Read the rest of this entry »
February 28th, 2011
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
A bracelet style wrist watch design, the whole case and strap of which are covered with squares. The LEDs are placed in accordance with the allocation of the square. The upper 12 LEDs indicate the hours, in the middle: 11 LEDs indicate of 5-55 minutes. The lower 4 LEDs indicate 1-1 minutes. Read the rest of this entry »
January 31st, 2011
(English) Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Have you ever seen a watch design with facets like this? Like a metallic bracelet, this concept has angled faces creating triangular shapes which are divided by strips of LEDs which display the time. Read the rest of this entry »