Category Archives: Design Submissions

Time with a Twist – Combination Watch

Design submitted by Sarah from the UK.

Sarah says, “I came up with this watch design when randomly when opening a security lock at work. I was thinking… wow, wouldn’t it be awesome if a watch did that too? Continue reading Time with a Twist – Combination Watch

Half Watch LCD design split in two

Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

Laszlo says: What sort of watch display would make heads turn? Perhaps one that looks like only half a watch. The hexagonal case of the “HALF WATCH” is split vertically so that the LCD display screen takes up only the right-hand portion of the hexagon.

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Raptor LED watch races onto your wrist.

Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This is “Raptor”. I didnt really have a preconception for this design. I simply wanted to create an organic design with a simple time telling method. I started off sketching simple organic snake like forms which subconsciously became more engineered.

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Quad LCD watch overlays the digits.

Design submitted by Pawel from Germany.

Pawel says: I have been a fan of your watches for several years now. After I discovered the blog I was excited by the idea that a design of mine may come to life! So I started developing a design that would be entirely new while appropriate to your brand and technically easy to implement.

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Saturn Analogue watch narrows your focus.

Design submitted by Marko from Serbia.

Marko says: I was inspired by planet Saturn. Unlike traditional analog watch, Saturn watch displays only the digits to represent the time while the rests remain concealed under the disk.

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Full Binary LCD watch includes binary reading hints

Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

Laszlo says: The screen is divided into three sections, each containing two columns of signs. The first section displays hours, the second minutes, and the final section tells the seconds. The first column in each section represents the first digit (10’s place) and the second column displays the second digit (or 1’s place). Each column is composed of 2-4 signs, each representing a power of two.

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