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The Wavy LED Watch Embraces an Undulating Surface

Design submitted by Patrick from France.

Patrick says: “This new project was inspired, in its form, by my “Tsunami LED Watch“.

The “Wavy LED Watch” is easy to read analog (while remaining “cryptic” at first). Luminous points laconically draw numbers which, combined, indicate the time. For reading instructions see the image at the bottom of the page.

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The “Wavy LED Watch”, with its undulating and soft forms is intended to the people (women and men) who have a philosophy 禅 and which wishes to face the time which passes with delicacy and serenity.

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The “Wavy LED Watch” because of its unique design, the fate of ordinary codes and give to those who uses it, the air detached from the constraints of time scrolling.

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33 thoughts on “The Wavy LED Watch Embraces an Undulating Surface”

  1. hey patrick. i wish i knew who keeps entering low star ratings…i see the first one entered here is 1 star. not nice. i think these digits are very clever. quirky, but certainly readable. i like how minimal it is, and very elegant. 5* from me!

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  2. première fois que je vois un design d’un francais ici! ca prouve que nous aussi on a des bonnes idées.
    le design est pas trop mon style mais est quand même élégant. les nombres sont biens pensés aussi. as-tu pris les nombres en braille et mis des leds a la place?
    5* pour moi aussi!

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    1. Salut Digits, merci pour ton vote.
      Si tu regardes bien le Blog, tu verras qu’il y a plusieurs français qui on beaucoup de talent, comme tout ceux qui on la chance de passer chez TF, Français ou non (tape “Patrick” dans le champs de saisie “search” en haut de page à droite, tu verras d’autres de mes projets).
      Non, je ne me suis pas inspiré de l’aphabet Braille, les idées viennent ou ne viennent pas, mais j’essaye, le plus possible, de ne pas être influé pour rester “original”.

      Digits Hi, thank you for your vote.
      If you look closely at the blog, you will see that there are many French who have a lot of talent, like all those who were lucky enough to spend in TF (French or not).
      No, I am not inspired by aphabet Braille, ideas come or not come, but I try as much as possible, not be influenced to stay “original”.

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  3. Simply considerable. I like the classic looking of this watch and revival of your old concept in brand new time telling.

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    1. Firdaus, thank you for your vote, it’s a bit thanks to you that I revisited my “Tsunami-Watch” because you’d proposed to revise my old concepts.

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  4. You know I love the look of this watch Patrick. ;) The only thing I would have liked to see is some slightly more original numbers. Anyway, 5Y cos, as superficial as it may sound, it looks cool! :) Personally, I wish TF would get rid of the voting. It’s a bit of a farce really.

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    1. Thank you Lloyd for your vote. I do not have your talent to invent numbers “cryptic” as good as yours. I admire your work.
      I’m a little more focused on the form, because it attracts the eye first, but reading is an essential element to remain “Tokyoflashy!”

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  5. Hey Patrick,
    Very stylish piece this! Very simple and easy to read display which doesn’t look too conventional! Very Tokyoflashy in my opinion! Great work sir 5/Y Best of luck! :D

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  6. Hey, Patrick! Very different case, I don’t recal seeing anything like it. As far as the voting, I think those who deal below 3 stars should have their handle posted and they must give a good reason (i.e. constructive criticism) for trashing a design. Anonymity shields the haters from what should be an open forum.

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  7. I vote it as ****. I mean, it’s a good design, it reminds me the Braille alphabet, it’s cryptic… but, as the Braille code, could be hard to understand for the newbie. When I saw the ‘4’ for the first time, I thought on a ‘5’. I see the lower part of the ‘5’ but also it could be a shrinked ‘2’. When I saw the ‘9’ I thought on a ‘4’ from the 8-segment led digit.
    Maybe a 3×3 dot version instead of 2×3?

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    1. Thank you Jorge Luis for your vote!
      I think the numbers are easy to read by connecting the LED lit, there is just the numbers “2” and “5” to be learned, it is a primer of these two figures, otherwise I will not have been able to satisfy me with 6 point, it would have been necessary, indeed, to add a seventh.

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  8. Nice! I think this is a very clever way to represent the numbers in a way you can recognize them without writing the actual number.

    Very original!

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  9. The Tsunami was a bit more elegant I think. If the strap would continue as wave and the thick part of the case would be below it, in a different color (wave = metallic, case = black) it would be better for me. But tastes are different ;) The numbers are pretty cool. So the Wavy is nerdy and elegant at the same time. Good luck Patrick!!

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    1. Yes Sam, normally I’d gone on another design, but it looked like too much to my “Grid-Watch”, with a ripple more modern, but I wanted a new look.
      Thank you for your comments, I always consult with great attention.

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  10. I like the digits & the 2×2 grid. I don’t like the “wavy” apearance much. ( maybe it’s the amount of “wave” or their size, which can be modified easily ) I like the way the sides are made. This one is better than the “tsunami”.

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    1. Makkovik, thank you for your comment.
      At first, I picked up this idea where the dial is the same thickness as the bracelet, but this watch too much like my “Grid-Watch”, even if I found more beautiful. I must make a version 3, but leaving a little bit to spend time …

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