Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: I could go into a long winded story about my interests in all things car and motorbike related but by now you have all guessed that I am a petrol head. So I decided to do yet another motorcyle inspired design because it floated my boat :)
One of the things I like about motorcyles is the fact that a lot of the components are visible and they have a very pruposeful engineered look. I wanted to transmit that ethos into a watch deisgn.
Continue reading Shock absorber ‘Kisai-528′ watch is motorcycle inspired. (update)
Design submitted by Wilhelm from South Africa.
Wilhelm says: Splitting digits is nothing new here on the TF blog, so I was inspired to create another version of this idea. My brief was simple; the watch must be easy to read, easy to be manufactured, while keeping the exclusive spirit of a TF watch.
Continue reading Evotch watch splits digits in two for code-like display
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: I was scribbling around for a time display, that would be cool as tattoo or graffiti, some sort of iconic symbol that would draw it’s justification from the look first, then by the hidden meaning.
The idea of stacking numbers isn’t new, but there are many ways how to do it. I chose a 12-5-9 time format and gave the numbers of each category different proportions. This is where the name PLUS comes from, because the first and the last digit have the opposite proportions and form a cross.
Continue reading PLUS watch is an electronic tattoo for your wrist.
Design submitted by Matt from Canada.
Matt says: I wanted a watch that was using 3-4 blocks for the hour/month and color changing LED’s for when the blocks are used for the 2nd/3rd/etc series of numbers. For the minute, I wanted 2 big digits for the minute/day.
I wanted to use a 1 piece lens & add a grid over it. The best size is a challenge. This is why I did 3 pictures/2 3D models. Engraving the lens was another option.
Continue reading Grid watch merges cryptic & digital time reading.
Design submitted by Justin from the UK.
Justin says: This is a redesign of a previous submission of mine under the same name.
Although it was liked by many, some deemed the analogue mode a little on the rough side and I really wanted this to be realised for its full potential and I simply couldnt rest until I had made things right.
I hope you guys like the new and improved Duo.
Continue reading Duo LED improved & updated version.
Design submitted by Lance from Australia.
Lance says: One night after a long day at work I parked my car in the city street and then proceeded to try and read the parking meter in the dark. I pulled out my trusty phone to use the LED flash as a torch so I could read the meter. Sure enough I dropped my phone on the concrete (smashing its screen in the process!). After I got over the anger, the idea came to me. Why not have a flash light built into a watch! I’ve never seen someone drop their watch!
Continue reading Light-Series e-paper watch with built in flashlight
Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: It is by looking my “Shinjugai-Watch”, I wished to remake a very known mollusc, which does not exist in my area.
“Shakogai-Watch” is a watch with LEDs with two versions of reading of time.
Continue reading Shakogai Clam Watch from the ocean floor