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Hard-shelled LED Watch Design

Design submitted by Gordon from the USA.

Time is told like an analog watch.  The outer band of lights represent the hours, the second band of lights represent 5-minute intervals, and the inner band represent single minutes.  The light in the center lights up when the is PM.

The clasp hooks onto the watch and tension is kept by a band made of elastic material to create a one size fits all comfort fit.

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48 thoughts on “Hard-shelled LED Watch Design”

  1. i love the puzzle piece shape of the case- it’s very different. Also love the holes in the strap and the one size fits all is a great concept. The display looks very futuristic. I prefer the metallic looking strap choices. Great design, very readable. 5*/no from me. It’s only a no because it’s not very feminine – too clunky for a woman, but sleek and nice for a man.

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    1. thanks Heather, I just threw another version with a link strap at TF, I hope they see fit to post it on this entry. Stay tuned

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  2. Hi Gordon, the strap looks like a backbone, it’s pretty special, perhaps intended for adolescents “Gothic”?
    5*/Yes for originality.
    By the way, have you still your ant named George who knows and speaks the time, does it interest me?

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  3. Its very different, its got a bit of a Flinstone’s (rounded edges and chunky proportions) look about it. Very chunky and fun, I can imagine this appealing to teenagers. A nice piece of rendering too.
    Not my cup of cha, 4*

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  4. This is Ledge.
    It looks likes bones (H) damnn cool.
    the reading is simple so its good, and shape is epic, i want to buy the red and black one (H)
    5 stars and yes heehehe…i can fully see this in the TF store

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      1. Thats the reason I started a Face Book page, click on my yellow name if you wish to see. Its very useful, especially as it can take a while for entries to get onto the blog so its nice to be able to post them there.
        Look forward to seeing your other images.

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      2. True…a facebook page can allow us designers to give feedback for each others designs..instead of being lonely on our computers sharing designs with yourself haha xD…its good to show each other before it gets to the blog..it keeps you motivated xD

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  5. Big fan of the strap, not so much of the face. The link strap concept is quite brilliant.
    beautiful rendering. Fully fleshed-out concept, but just not my style. Do love the Black case Orange display idea.
    4*/n

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  6. Hi TF, I appreciate you posting the additional pics but you put them in the wrong submission, those belong in the Billet watch i last submitted

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    1. Doh! at least your additional images got added even if they are on the wrong entry. Additional images for two of mine never landed, God knows where they ended up.

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      1. Hey Pete, Im learning how to use flickr it seems to be a good way to go. That way if people are interested in your design you give them a link to dig deeper

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      2. Its definatley usefull to have somewhere you can link too, to show extra/new images!
        That was the reason I started my FB page (just click on my yellow name)
        I don’t know how many people have taken the time to look but its there if they wish too.
        Also its good cos I get very impatient with the time it takes for entries to get added so if I want to post stuff early I can.
        Its all good stuff! Keep up the good work Gordon!

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  7. The shape of the case looks like a children’s’ toy. It’s not very appealing. More goofy than artistic looking. Unnecessarily complicated. It doesn’t know what it wants to be.

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  8. It’s not my taste. The shapes might look good graphically but not within the context of a wrist watch. I can see the toy analogy of Tim. Good luck next time. The three last images are another concept right? That’s how a watch has to look like.

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