Liquid Plasma Watch Design

Design submitted by Pasquale from Italy.

This is an extraordinary watch concept from Pasquale.  It is like a time experiment where liquid is pumped to the transparent tubes to display time in three quadrants.  The clear glassy exterior of the watch including the strap presents this design in a delicate and fragile finish.  It also has a dangerous feel in it that makes it an overall exciting watch design.  Absolutely for those wanting to be different.

Design submitted by Pasquale from Italy.

This is an extraordinary watch concept from Pasquale.  It is like a time experiment where liquid is pumped to the transparent tubes to display time in three quadrants.  The clear glassy exterior of the watch including the strap presents this design in a delicate and fragile finish.  It also has a dangerous feel in it that makes it an overall exciting watch design.  Absolutely for those wanting to be different.

We applaud Pasquale for this brilliant and original concept.

We applaud Pasquale for this brilliant and original concept.

20 thoughts on “Liquid Plasma Watch Design”

  1. Can I change the Plasma for Guinness? If so I would buy! Just load up the watch at the bar and there you got the time. You could call it HAPPY HOUR! Good fun design love the idea.

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  2. Haha! Looks like it’s going to break anytime. It would be cool if it’s made from thin fiber glass and the liquid is illuminated. Maybe solid metal casing and band would be nice too.

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  3. Though this watch design may not be a watch that most people would wear, it it really nice to see the thought behind it. Often forward thinkers are leap years ahead of what the general public are thinking. Thank you very much for the design submission. :)

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  4. Extraordinary indeed. This is a great idea but how on earth would it work? Maybe three tubes that slowly fill with LED light? It’s fun and novel but too unusual to wear. Looks like a weapon from Ghostbusters!

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  5. Definnelty has got potential. I love everything what is steam-punk, post-apocalyptic style. I would not buy it in current version but idea of it, is perfect. Maybe someone could redesign it to be less crazy, possible to manufacture & fit tokyoflash style – then who knows. You are on good track though.

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  6. Yeah, its very steampunk. Probably impossible to make, but some creative product design could make it happen.
    Seconds are unnecessary, but I like the glass/plastic tunes & radioactive liquid. I wonder if some kind of thermometer or that ferrofluid idea could make it happen.

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  7. ワァー、かなりイッちゃってますね(笑)。時間とか簡単に読めるんでいいと思うんですが、これって技術的に商品化可能なんですか?もし商品化できるんだったらそれはそれでおもしろいかも。

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      1. Translation from Google :
        Waa, I’m quite got cum (lol). But I think I’m easy to read at times like, what is technically possible commercialization of that? If it were I can commercialize it might be interesting.

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  8. i love this design, although i would be concerned about it’s fragility. would be great if the liquid was UV reactive as well – great for nightclubs.
    maybe having thin black-lights within each tube (would reduce the amount of liquid required to fill the tubes) and would provide the illumination when required, as the liquid itself would be glowing.

    wouldn’t be able to wear it when flying though, security services wouldn’t like you getting on a plane with tube of un-identified liquids strapped to your wrist. :)

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