# LightSide LCD watch with lunar effects.

Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

Laszlo says: LCD watch concept looks like the craters on the half moon. The twelwe hours and all the minutes is placed on a half side of the screen. It’s a little bit interesting layout, but easily interpretable and not very hard time reading.

# Xtal LED/LCD watch reveals the mystery with a touch.

Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam Says: Xtal is the result of some small sketches I made when having lunch. When I looked back at the paper, I liked the initial mystery of the numbers, the simple geometry of the watch and the general edginess of everything.

# 2PM15 Stylish Analogue watch with a hidden secret.

Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This is “2PM15” which is a back to basics analogue with a subtle twist.

The time telling method is very conventional and uses a disk for the hours and two quirky shaped hands for the minutes and seconds. There is a red LED in the top right corner to indicate PM.

# The "Matching Test" watch links two columns to tell the time.

Design submitted by Barry from the USA.

Barry says: I got the inspiration for this timepiece from my days as a student, and then, for 36 years, as a high-school teacher. One type of test questioning was called “MATCHING”, with two columns, A & B.

# Cyclone – Rotating LCD Display Watch Concept

Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.

Andrew says: The following watch design concept is for an LCD digital watch that has digits which spin / rotate around the screen in a clockwise motion. I call this design Cyclone. This watch uses an always on display: this means that the time is always being updated. Continue reading

# DIGITS United to Tell Time

Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

This is an easy to read LCD watch concept. The upper two digits indicate the hours and date (the inner little number is the first and the outer bigger number  is the second number of the hours or month). The lower two digits are the minutes (the inner little number is the first and the outer bigger number is the second number of the minutes or days).                                                                                                                                                                                               Continue reading

# L|NK e-paper watch brings a touch of smart.

Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: There are two trends that inspired me to make the concept for L|NK. Tokyoflash once commented this on one of my designs and pointed towards an exciting future: “…it would work well in e-paper. There is a monochrome variety (e.g.: black/red, black/blue, black/pink) which we are working hard to develop into watches. It can’t come soon enough as far as we are concerned as it will really open up possibilities.” Watches that are connected to your phone or computer, are becoming more and more popular so I gave another smartwatch a chance.