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Fathom – Waterproof diver’s watch with fluid sensors

Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.

Andrew says: Fathom: Is my design concept for a waterproof diver’s wristwatch available in two display styles: Atlantic /Pacific. Each of which is available white Black or White Digits plus in various Materials: White Acetate, Black IP, Stainless Steel or Grey Shark Scaled: Rubber: See Diagrams Provided. Continue reading

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Crimson watch tells time in a mysterious way

Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.

Firdaus says: A mysterious way of time telling with eclipse code; this is Crimson watch design.

Despite its cryptic look, the time telling on Crimson is relatively easy to read. The eclipse ring indicates current hour and extended lights indicate current minute, all in analog +4 format. The watch material can be made in acetate (as depicted – black acetate) or stainless steel body and strap.                                                                                              Continue reading

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Single hand analog watch

Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

Anders says: A few weeks ago, I misread the wall clock at work. A colleague remarked that this blog has made me incapable of reading ordinary clocks, and I made some jokes about how weird a watch needs to be for me to be able to tell the time. One joke was that it can’t have two hands. That thought stayed, and I decided to make something of it.

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Unary version of telling time

Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: This is a very simple idea this time. I thought about letting tally mark numbers tell the time and instantly wanted it to be on an e-paper display – thin, white, simple. I’m not sure about how the watch should look like. There shoudn’t be too much details to leave space for own associations, it should be elegant and unisex of course. Continue reading

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Dual-screen lozenge design LED watch

Design submitted by Matt from Canada.

Matt says: In my sketchbook I had a drawing of 12 circles arrange in a lozenge but no note if it was suppose to be arrange as a circle or a lozenge. Then I realize that I could place a lozenge inside a circle and place a + sign in the center, linking the 4 corners of the lozenge. Then, I’ve cut the circle, lozenge and + in multiple segments. Continue reading