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Redesigned Always 10:10 LED Analog Watch Design

Design submitted by Rachid from Switzerland.

After reading different comments on Rachid’s previous design, Always 10:10 LED Analog Watch Design, he decided to redesign the concept with a different approach.

There are 3 different case designs to interpret time. Left square on all designs indicate hours and right square for the minutes.

V1 is a version with apparent mechanism and a minimalist pseudo-hands. V2 also has an apparent mechanism but the p-h are inspired by 80’s sunglasses. V3 has a minimally hidden mechanism using a linear color marking system.

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17 thoughts on “Redesigned Always 10:10 LED Analog Watch Design”

  1. Of these, my favorite is V3, but I prefer your original version because it expressed the display concept, which I like, the most clearly. I can envision having V1 as a wall clock, though.

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  2. V3 is wow! No hestitation to buy it. There so many colors, but they are contained so cool. Time reading system is still great. Minimalism rules!

    V1 is a direct improvement of your original. I like analog watches in rectangular cases. The color wheel is a bit too much for me, but it looks interesting – no doubt. V2 is a nice alternative.

    Rachid, please add more description to your explanation image. Say “minutes 00 +1 +2 +3 +4″ and enumerate all colors for the hours. I know, we should know the time reading already, but just pretend we are all new and we need to be guided. Why do I say it? Because I was a little confused but was willing to spend the necessary seconds. But I think, many people let themselves influence by the first impression and run or rate it down if it’s too difficult. I just think so, I’m not sure.

    You get my vote and my purchase. And I cross all available fingers for you.

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  3. I really liked the original concept, but not the watch design… now with V3 you’ve hit the nail on the head – superb

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  4. I like the visuals, especially V3. But I can’t read the time.
    Do I need to be famillier with the original concept?

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  5. I like the form of v3 over the original concept, but your idea of the broken watch, which i thought was cool, no longer aplies. The look is fresh and i give you 5 for originality

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  6. V3. Actually it’s not really a problem, but I think the designs would look better, even great if you didn’t use a warehouse/garage as HDR probe, and change the watch strap to metal. You should set a studio box, that would make the presentation sleeker and neat. Ok back to the concept, i prefer V3 out of other versions, but I believe the watch can be made more creatively. Regards.

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  7. V3 is awesome. Hard to believe that it’s analog when you look at it. Good luck for this design!

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