Design submitted by Clark from Belgium.
Clark says: The design of the watch is based on the wheels of my own car.
The strap is from rubber and it represents the tires of a car. The strap also has the grooves that simulate the real tires of a car. I think this design should attract car lovers and sportive people.
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: This is “Type:Y” a hybrid of a few of my older designs. I have used the watch case/strap shape of “
Type-X“, the time telling of “ Trylon” and watch face/cover like “ Salt“.
Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
Andrew says: This watch is my attempt of a tactile / 3D LED digital inspired by the geological basalt hexagonal columns of the giant’s causeway.
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
Laszlo says: Stripes. LCD display steel case and strap.
There are three available levels of difficulty (easy – normal – hard).
Automatic day and night mode + backlight.
Design submitted by Gary from Canada.
Gary says: It is a wristwatch version of my patented iOS visual metronome, VIZIKLIK. See
VIZIKLIK uses my patented form of tempo display (US patent only; pat. #7368651) for vivid conveyance of tempo.
Design submitted by Timur from Kyrgyzstan.
Timur says: It is too easy to see the time in this watch. The screen is divided into two parts. Each part of the screen consists of two squares.
Design submitted by Justin from the UK.
Justin says: This idea began from a desire to make an analog watch but by using LEDs rather than traditional hands. I wanted to make something futuristic looking and something that had a theme, I went for a microchip as a starting point and the rest of the design grew from there.