Lozenge e-paper watch with sound sensor

Design submitted by Patrick from France.

Patrick says: The “Lozenge-Watch” is a watch without claim, with a very easy reading for the carrier of the watch, the entourage will be able to see there, with the first access, of “Aztecs” symbols or others, catching his attention.

There are two versions:

A – LCD display with metal case and strap (possibility of bracelet out of rubber, naturalness or tinted). Displays the time and date – Alarm mode – Electroluminescent (EL) backlight (for night time only). LCD “always on” display. Charging with battery.

B – E-paper display with backlit translucent case with a sensitive cell illuminating the housing to the sounds of the surrounding music. The bracelet is made of natural rubber or stained. Displays the time and date – Alarm mode. E-paper “always on” display. USB charging cable.

The “Lozenge-Watch” LCD metal is more particularly intended to the distinguished women “fashion”. For the version retro translucent housing enlightened, its ludic side will allure mainly the “connected” young women.

The “Lozenge-Watch” with its easy reading (always one) will touch many people.

The version with the retro case enlightened activated by the sound of the voice or at the rhythms of a surrounding music… will create sensation near the young people (mainly out of nightclub).

19 thoughts on “Lozenge e-paper watch with sound sensor

  1. Very simple striking design! Very funky! I think this design would appeal to the guys as well as the ladies. It has a g-shock feel to it. My only suggestion would be to make the strap slightly wider in proportion to the case but that’s about it. 5/Y best of luck sir! 😀


    • Thank you for the good advice Pete, I totally agree with you and like this strap was thin, I thought it would work better on the arm of a woman. Wider it could also be for men?


  2. Conversation starter. Every time! People really WILL initially see an Aztec symbol or a personal monogram.

    Unlike my beloved Spider, it’s very easy to see the face, so getting through a crowd MIGHT be a problem! 😉


    • Hi Anbreen, thank you for your comment. Reading is one thing, but to activate the strobe when a person speaks, it’s fun and surprising, especially at night.


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