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Visionary – Analog watch deconstructed

Design submitted by Jose from Spain.

Jose says: I’ve always been the curiosity to ask me in formal and functional terms, would happen when I disassembling an analog watch to assemble it again but in a different way from the original, maintaining its features.Apparently when you see the VISIONARY display, everything seems chaotic, but it is not. This is the genesis of VISIONARY.

I agree with the thought “Our goal is to” change the way you think about time” (Tokyoflash). VISIONARY represents a formal deconstruction of an analog watch and proposes a new way to read and presenting the time and hopes to attract the attention of many people and all Tokyoflash Fans to become reality.

I thought to satisfy those who like the simplicity and who like the complexity to establish two reading levels: by default (with markings) and user choice (with numbers).

In addition to the hour and minute, VISIONARY offers you other features such as day of the month and the month and alerts you if you wish, through a alarm.

I can mention those interested for wearing unique pieces that go beyond the function for which they were designed (Tokyoflash Fans), those interested in fashion and new trends, interested in new technologies, lifestyle. So both men and women, according to the materials and finishes. In attached images are shown some possibilities with reference to the mix of materials: steel, acetate, titanium, etc.

I would stand out of VISIONARY the exclusivity of the concept because it’s unique on the market, the ease or complexity of reading, its simple appearance, but with a high level of customization “high tech” that can appeal to a variety of audience.

28 thoughts on “Visionary – Analog watch deconstructed”

  1. Me ha gustado mucho la idea y me parece genial la forma de plasmar la hora…. Es para mí el mejor de los relojes y me gustaría uno así o al menos un widget para la pantalla de bloqueo de mi Android!!!!!

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  2. It took me a while to work out how to read it, but then it was easy.
    When the final minute section has 4 minutes, it is hard to distinguish from 5 if there are a lot of 5s on (as with the 8:59). I found thinking about how it would have looked before deconstruction helps, and I look for the final section on that basis. Having to think like that makes this a real winner for me.
    A great design – good luck and 5*/Y

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  3. I think the display is not something that I would wear but I like the stylishness of the face design and that what make this watch appealing to me. You can recycle this design for another watch face. 5* and good luck pal! And yes too, because I can. Cheers!

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  4. Increíble trabajo con un diseño muy innovador basándose en los reloges analógicos muy buen trabajo!!!! Sigue así:)

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  5. I am happy I could find how it works by myself. It’s a cool concept with that touch of elegance present in all your designs. Congratulations Jose.

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  6. I like the overall look. I like that the buttons are not on the same side. The hours took me a lot of time to figure out. The youtube video helped a lot. Then, I realized that the order is: top-left corner > top-right > center-left > center-right > bottom-left > bottom-right > X2.

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  7. Thank you all for your kind words, comments, suggestions and support. Thanks Tokyoflash for posting this concept.
    See you on the next project, until then enjoy life. :)

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