24 thoughts on “Vertigo LCD watch with concentric arcs”

  1. This looks really great when the majority of the blocks are shown, it looks very 3D. The only downside is when the display is fairly empty. Maybe if there were some markings on the screen or glass that were always there so even when there are only a few blocks shown it doesn’t look as empty. Or if the blocks were still visible when off ie faint but still visible this would also help. It’s a subjective thing of course. Either way you got my 5/Y best of look Laszlo! :D

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  2. Hi, Laszlo. I think this is my fav design by you. I really liked the 3D effect showcased in the first photo, but then I was thinking that it should be reversed because the wearer doesn’t see it the right way–but then I saw the inverse illusion–brilliant. This is truly great!

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  3. Hi Laszlo!
    It was long time ago when a I wrote a comment for you.
    But this little one absolutely worth a comment.
    I’m simply love it. I love the way how it works. It’s simple for a TF enthusias, but tricky for a “normal” person. That’s why I like TF watches!
    I have only one very simple question, when can I buy it?

    Thank you!

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  4. This is a fantastic concept! I would wear this any day, it is a real eye-catcher! 5 stars for sure! Just one question though, What program do you use to design your watch concepts and do you have any tips for a newbie? I have several design concepts on paper but I’d like to design using a program like yours! Thanks in advance!

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    1. I also like the unusual buttons position. ( which I didn’t saw earlier ) Also, at the beginning, I tought that the hour should be on the left, but after switching the pic, I realize it’s better this way. I also love that the 5 minutes increment is flipped & that the single minute is in the center. Both these thing make it assymetrical.

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