Design submitted by Max from the USA.
I found a wall clock that looks like solid block of wood, but is actually a thin wood veneer over LEDs. As soon as i saw it I knew that I wanted it on my wrist.
The design is simple. A thin wood veneer covers LEDs, when you press the button the LEDs light up and the time shines through the wood. The time itself is as clear as possible, it’s just like a normal digital watch.
Continue reading Wooden watch projects time though the grain.
Design Submitted by Gordon from the USA.
A very pleasing atheistic to this watch we felt. Although not the norm for TF designs, we couldn’t resist the satisfying feeling that flip action would give as the minutes topple over.
Plenty of style variations to see in this submission.
Continue reading Retro Flip watch adds some 70s charm to your wrist.
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
The idea for this watch design was inspired by the rings of a tree which tell how old the tree was when it was cut down. This watch uses rings to count the time in a similar way. Continue reading Tree Rings of Time Watch Design
Design submitted by Boris from Russia.
Boris says: “I thought about an easy way to understand what time is it now and wanted to combine this with something like retro style. In this LED watch design, wooden plates indicate the hour, and lights inside open to indicate the minutes passed in the current hour. Colored dots and stripes refers to the time of day, so you can always tell whether it is day, night or evening. Continue reading A Ceramic Watch Design With Wooden Shutters
Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.
Anders says: “Due to a comment on one of my earliest submissions where the poster had mistaken a leather armband for wood, i’ve been toying with the idea of a wooden watch design. Partly for the novelty value but also because I love wood as a material. This; plaq, is the result. Continue reading Plaq – A Wooden Watch Design