Design submitted by Jose from Spain.
Jose says: Always caught my eye, analog watches particularly that do not use hands to tell time.
Furthermore, as a personal choice, I’m very interested in a watch with basic features accurate in the measure of time and datary. This is the basis for the development of this new concept which I share with you: BASIK.
BASIK is an LCD analogue watch that does not use hands. Markings are indicating you the hours and minutes and a line that moves circularly in the outermost part of the display indicates you the seconds.
A metallic line-shaped frame, printed beside the brand on the inner face of the crystal, at 3, shows the datary.
I stand out of BASIK watch the exclusivity of the concept, because it’s unique in the market, its readability, its simple look can appeal to a variety of public among which we can cite those interested to bring unique pieces that go beyond the purpose for which they are designed (Tokyoflash fans), those interested in fashion and new trends, interested in new technologies, lifestyle, so both men and women, according to the materials and finishes.
BASIK stands out including two new contributions as color change display AM (dark) and PM (light). A unidirectional rotating bezel that allows the user to place the dial in the desired location or even change the wristwatch without changing the design. Here you can see the rotation…
I think BASIK includes a series of features that make it unique and attractive, a crown for the control like analog watches with hands, with two positions for the time and date setting, also has a button to activate the light of the display that has a ring containing luminescent pigment for viewing in the dark.
As usual, I really enjoyed preparing this project, I’d like it if you think worthy, and if you have time, your support and share it.