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Lose Yourself with the Labyrinth LCD Watch

Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

Laszlo says: “Lost in time… Find the path of the labyrinth and you found the time. Time is money. Low production cost. Powerful look. Favorable price. This is the Labyrinth watch.

It’s a simple analog mechanism with three printed disk. The time telling is like traditional watches.”

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11 thoughts on “Lose Yourself with the Labyrinth LCD Watch”

  1. Great idea connecting watch face with labyrinth.
    I would welcome a more cryptic mode. Probaby. For example you could display random bars with a gap on one side which tells that this is just a decoration. The bars connected to the circles on both sides would be the only to tell time.

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  2. Nice simple clean looking design. Its support worthy but lacking a little wow factor for me for some reason.
    Maybe a shaped lens would just adda little something? Best of luck sir! :D

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  3. I think you should leave a gap in each circle either right in front, or right behind each hand to make this feel like a solvable maze.

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  4. Very good work Laszlo! I really like the simplicity and the graphic punch of the display (combined with the uncomplicated mechanics). I see what the other commenters mean by the extra lines to add to the ‘maze’ theme, and it’d be interesting to see, but I’m not sure if it would add or detract from the concept. In any case this is worth support. Best of luck! =)

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  5. Great looking in these images, but I think the second hand in the middle may be a mistake as I think the movement would spoil the effect of the labyrinth. Maybe using the centre line to indicate AM/PM (up/down) would work better – I can live without seconds for a better appearance. Anyway, hope it gets made – good luck.

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  6. I prefer in-to-out or out-to-in sonar ( like Pete’s Discus watches ). I prefer when sonar inspired watches have the seconds, but I agree with Nev suggestion to remove them.

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  7. Thanks for the comments guys. I do not want any changes (extra lines or lenses;) ). Continuous movement of the second hand makes it so exciting this watch.

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