Nuclear power is soon coming to your hands, or more specifically, your wrists. The nuclear watch houses a tiny nuclear reactor powered by ~100 quadrillion radioactive hydrogen atoms. It’s been declared safe by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, so we guess it’s okay to use it.
Made especially for the wonderful people who tend to be late to well, everything, this watch simply does away with all the numbers, sending them away to a silent corner. To stay true to the feeling, the watch does incorporate the words “Whatever, I’m late Anyway.” Available here, and on Amazon.
We guess the iPod Nano did a pretty good job of settling in as a watch, but that doesn’t stop some people from hoping that Apple would come out with a full fledged watch one day. These renderings by Swedish designer Anders Kjellberg imagine what an iWatch might look like. The concept claims FaceTime capabilities, Bluetooth, WiFi, iTunes, Google Maps and other apps.
Most of us have trouble waking up with the alarm clock, and there have been quite a few variations to scare us shitless in the morning just so we wakeup on time. None of those however, would come close to the sheer overkill that is this concept creation by Tazu Rous.
Everybody knows Ninjas exist, but you can’t really see them unless they want you to. Stealth is the way of the ninja, even when they appear in a form so benign as a watch. Ninja Time Watch by Andy Kurovets shows the time stealthily, mimicking the face of a ninja with only the eyes visible. Eyes of the ninja function as dials of the clock, separately showing the hours and the minutes.
Clearly inspired by Dali’s paintings, the melting time warp shelf clock gives a new touch to time keeping. Although given its appearance, we refuse to believe that the clock simply means to show time. We suspect ulterior motives, wormholes, magic, armageddon, and a whole lot more conspiracy theories. costs $12.
It’s a watch, it’s a clock, and it’s a paradox because it sure as f*ck ain’t superman. Giant watches on the wall does sound kind of a good idea.
The giant clock at Osaka Station City is quite a looker. It works much like a digital dot-matrix clock, but it is also a fountain that works its displays with water. Lovely to watch in action.
Spanish designer Oriol Llahona has come up with an interesting design in shape of the Numero 1 watch. Circumventing convention, width of the watch’s tiny snakeskin band is quite small as compared to very dominant and wide face. By way of comfort, tt might be a pain to deal with this watch but as far as looks are concerned, it is quite a treat.
Luna Concept watch appears to be quite a simple watch as compared to the traditional offerings from Tokyoflash. An entry into the design contest, the watch has been designed primarily for women. Australian designer Nigel designed the watch to be quirky, functional and something that would find appeal in young women. Time is displayed by three flowers on the band, and of course, the simplistic digital display.