Faceless Led Watch

Written by willbe in Design, Fashion, Watches

Look at Faceless Led Watch made by Japanese designers.

Part of apertures of metal band became digital display screen. Metal band and digital figures mingle together in proportion naturally. Without the face of “timepiece”, it displays figures only when needed but also quite vague existence, “time”.

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LIP Mythic Jump Hour Watch

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LIP Mythic Jump Hour Watch 

Three separate discs for hours, minutes, and seconds spin exposed on the dial lining up in the viewing window located on the left side.

The streamlined design is aided by the placement of the crown on the top of the watch.

Large stainless steel case, leather strap, Swiss quartz movement, screwed caseback.

LIP Mythic Jump Hour Watch

LIP watches have been around for over 150 years but were unavailable in the United States until now. The company is reintroducing some of their most important models from a modern collection that remains as visionary today as when first unveiled 35 years ago. Most are faithful recreations while others have been updated with new designer visions.

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Basis Assymetric Watch

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Basis Assymetric Watch

Let the photos speak for themselves here — but this is a stunning retro 1970’s vintage watch — an assymetric shape, which means it’s really funky, unique shape of case kind of pops out the end of your shirt. It’s one of those retro watches which looks good with a formal shirt or with a t-shirt – it’s got a blue face, silver casing and a silver strap.

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Human Clock

Written by willbe in Fun, Watches

Human Clock

Totally useless, but fun. You can see flash-clock made of human figures on http://billychasen.com/clock/.

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Another way to use watches

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Alert Driver Fatigue Wrist Device

Alert Driver

Designed by Daniel Ruffle, this future concept flexible rubber device uses motion combined with reaction time to determine whether or not you are suffering from driver fatigue. The device comunicates with an RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) tag positioned in your car and only starts to detect whether you are tired when you are in your car. The device can be bent to fit your wrist, and has memory to stay in position, to ensure it will not fall off.

[Found at Yanko Design]

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More Strange Watches

Written by willbe in Watches

Watches can be used for just about everything these days, from watching TV to learning Japanese, here are some more strange (or cool) for your enjoyment. Which ones are your favorites?

Linux-Powered Watch

Developed jointly by IBM and eMagin, this OLED Linux watch was ahead of its time. It basically had a host of PDA functions (phonebook, scheduler, picture viewer, etc.) and included a monochrome 640 x 480 VGA display.

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When To Wake Up?

Written by willbe in Gadgets

How often have you woken up tired, devoid of any true energy until you have had your first cup of brew? It seems that this happens simply because you woke up at the wrong time, according to your body. The Sleeptracker Watch aims to help you wake up at the time when your body is most alert and ready to start the new day. The Sleeptracker simply monitors your bodily state while you sleep. You give it a window of time that you would like to wake up, say, between 5:30-6:00 am. The watch will then wake you up at the most convenient time during that window, where your body is not in a deep slumber, but rather a “light” sleep. It even records your sleep data, for your own viewing pleasure at a later time.

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Clock. Reduced version.

Written by willbe in Gadgets

Some people wants to see as many functions in their clocks as they can imagine. The others wants to see the genious and simple thing. Here You can see The One-Handed Clock. Original description follows:

“Exclusively from Hammacher Schlemmer, this clock is based on the design first promulgated by Benjamin Franklin. Popular in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, one-handed clocks measure time on a faceplate containing 15-minute increments between the hours, eschewing the minute-hand of traditional clocks, and are reminders of a time when technology was taking its first steps toward the lightning fast leaps of today.”

Produced by Hammacher Schlemmer.

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The designer’s imagination is infinite, as time flow. But even the time is the subject to design: look what they create!

Barcode Clock

For industrial design and barcode funs. A red light near the bottom indicates the hour from 1-12; a window shows the minutes in green digital numbers.

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Speedometer Watch

Written by willbe in Design

You have to look at speedometer, when You are driving. But if You trying to do this when You are walking, You will need that kind of watches…

I had a smile when I’ve seen Speedometer Watch, and I’ve decided to look more of that kind. So I’ve found that this idea is not unique and such brandnames as SAAB, BMW and Harley-Davidson has Speedometer Watches. And there are real speedometer for fitness funs.

Speedometer Watch

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