Design submitted by Jean-François from Canada.
Jean-François says: Roman numeral is an ancient way to write numbers that has survived to this day. Inspired by the passage of this code through the century, like some kind of supernatural force, I designed the Werewolf watch.
On a band of thick leather, a few claw marks between two rows of small LEDs. In the grooves, lights shine forming roman numerals to display the hour from I to XII. Above and below the marks, sets of LEDs mark the minutes. The top row shows 5 minutes increments, the single minutes are marked by the bottom row; adding up to the precise time.
The ensemble is pulsing at a rate set by the bearer. The lights will dim and brighten up to mark the chare of every hour, every minute or every second (creating a steady light pulse).
The leather bracelet will be white, black or natural. It is the green, red or purple light that brings the aura of surnatural. A perfect fit for the person who wishes to display a distinguished, yet slightly eerie, watch. It not only displays time, it also reveals your inner beast.
Creatures of the night have worked their way into the mainstream culture. Likewise, a leather bracelet watch using roman numerals was destined to be.