Design submitted by Logan from USA.
Logan says: Permutation connects random pairs of clock positions with thick LCD lines. The intersections of the six lines break them into smaller LCD pieces, which are inverted to display the time.
The “hours hand” is a small inverted segment starting from the normal clock position, and the “(groups of 5) minutes hand” is a long inverted segment. Four additional small segments near 3 o’clock count extra minutes. An arrow-shaped additional segment near 9 o’clock appears when the alarm is set and blinks when the watch is in date mode.
The watch has an EL backlight. The illustrations show four color variations: “Rogue” coloring (IP Black + green/black LCD), IP Black + mirror/black LCD, stainless steel + mirror/red LCD, stainless steel + mirror/blue LCD.
If you walk the line between order and chaos, Permutation is your watch. The familiar clock emerges from random connections. And so it is with life.
Like any Tokyoflash watch, Permutation looks completely new. But reading the time with this one is easy. The design scrambles the visual depiction of a clock, but preserves the simplicity of the time-telling mechanism.