Posts Tagged ‘Watch Design Submission’

Four-handed Wrist Watch Design

October 25th, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

The idea for this unique watch concept came up when Anders was considering different ways to display numbers 0-9 that could be arranged around a clock face with four hands showing the time.  Anders used numerals in Japanese characters for this watch. Read the rest of this entry »

A Watch Design With A Circular View Of Time

October 23rd, 2010
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(English) Submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

Another beautiful concept from Laszlo here. He explains it as a “circular view of time”. There are two variations; a silver version for day time which uses LCD to show the time and a black version for night time that uses LEDs to display the time. As you can see, this design is clear and intuitive to read; 12 hours, 5 groups of 10 minutes and 9 single minutes in three separate segments make up the time. The pattern on the display changes constantly as time progresses. Read the rest of this entry »

A Watch Design That Is Dotty But Makes Sense

October 23rd, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Heather from the USA.

Heather says: “I was inspired by the recent minimalist watch posted on the blog, as well as the R75 watch from Tokyoflash Design Studio.

“The display is simply dots arranged in a rectangular array, but using different colors. The large digits for hours (in blue) can be easily distinguished from the smaller digits (in green) for minutes. This design will most likely be rather large, and therefore will be more appropriate for men. The display of digits inside of other digits is different from many other designs posted so far.” Read the rest of this entry »

An LED Watch Design With Italian Taste

October 23rd, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Stefano from Italy.

Stefano describes this concept as a watch design with Italian taste. Every number is depicted using coloured LEDs. As you can see from the main picture, four colours make up the four digits of time; 17:29 = 1=yellow, 7=blue, 2=orange, 9=green. Ideal for fashion lovers and those who like colour! Read the rest of this entry »

Is it an Alien? No, it’s a Watch Design!

October 23rd, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Patrick from France.

Patrick says “this is a response to my “Minimalist Watch” that was not, at that time on the blog (I thought it was really too simple). I had already sketched this “Alien Watch” in pencil, and I dared not to create a rendering on my computer. It’s completely out of tune with its exuberance of complex shapes.” Read the rest of this entry »

Typhoon Watch Concept

October 22nd, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Adi from Israel.

With this watch design, Adi is trying to convey the cyclical yet chaotic movement of time with an innovative yet clear display of time. Read the rest of this entry »

Hidden Time Watch Concept

October 22nd, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Genghis from France.

At first glance, this concept looks like a simple strap with a watch shape, but the secret is beneath the first strap.  If you ‘peel’ the strap, you will see a classical vertical time display in LED.  The LEDs are off when they are hidden by the strap.  A simple sensor switches the LEDs on when peeling the strap. Read the rest of this entry »

Groove LED Watch

October 22nd, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Heather from the USA.

This watch design was inspired by the Tron watch concept posted on this blog.  Heather specifically likes the light showing along the band. Read the rest of this entry »

Silicon Watch Design

October 21st, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

This idea comes from the electronics that make up a digital watch, and how they’re usually hidden from view.  This watch concept takes the opposite route and displays its components through a tinted silicon armband.  The sealed design makes it necessary to charge the batteries through induction, using a wire coil. Read the rest of this entry »

The Dot Watch

October 21st, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

The dot watch design is made of a single flexible strap which is covered with a stretchable and retractable PVC-based sheet.  In the center lays a mechanism which consists of three cylinders.  One cylinder is always visible as it presses against the sheet from the inside.  You can only see a dot, not the full cylinder – this is the ON button. Read the rest of this entry »

Circuit Watch Concept

October 21st, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Devindh from UK.

The inspiration for this watch comes from the look of circuit boards and microprocessors.  Devindh likes the contrast between metal and synthetic and chose this as a starting point for the idea. Read the rest of this entry »

Centurion Watch Concept

October 20th, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Scott from UK.

This watch design is styled on one of Scott’s favorite sci-fi ‘bad guys’ – the cyclon centurion from Battlestar Galactica. Read the rest of this entry »

Cross Time Watch Concept

October 20th, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Mauricio from the USA.

This design is from a timeless shape that has taken many forms over the years.  Mauricio has tried to mix an old icon with new technology. The cross has most recently been used by motorcycle fans around the world and put onto countless products. Read the rest of this entry »

Time is Diamond Watch Concept

October 20th, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

A simple watch design that is both artistic and unique.  Hours and minutes are positioned the same way as in a traditional watch with the minutes segment divided into five parts each to indicate single minutes. Read the rest of this entry »

Lego Concept Watch

October 19th, 2010
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(English) Design submitted by Andy from Ukraine.

This watch design was inspired by details of an ordinary kostruktora with the idea that if connected in series, four items can create an interesting design of attached laser that transmit information from one ledge to another cube, thus forming a figure similar to a scoreboard. Read the rest of this entry »