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.
Chain Clocks are somewhat complex, but mostly intriguing timepieces with a very simple display. Numbers are displayed along the length of a chain that moves around with gears, creating an interesting visual experience. The idea was to make a timepiece that was simple, yet complex enough to attract interest.
Google worked with Modify Watches to come up with a range of timepieces that their fans would adore. The watches all have simple looks and you could choose between three designs; Chrome, Android or a regular Google watch. The rather simplistically designed analog watches have interchangeable color bands. Priced at $60.
Rather than waking you up with monotonous, irritating sounds, the Good Morning Clock greets you with the voice of Stephen Fry. Not just weird sounds, but classy greetings to wake you up. It has up to 120 sounds, each with phrases like “The world has been very anxious to hear from you for the last eight hours. Shall I inform the news agencies you’re about to rise, Sir?” Sounds classy, right? And way better than what those run of the mill alarm clocks have to offer. Costs $70.
Vincent Perriard & Co’s HYT H1 concept watch has a very novel and interesting way to show time. As one piston expands and the other compresses, the bellows move the green Fluorescein liquid. Movement of this liquid works with pistons and gears to show the time. To be officially displayed at 2012 Baselworld, the watch may be priced at $45000.
Lamborghini Aventador is one hell of a beast, and the Avengers seeks to bring the same aggressiveness and finesse to the wrist. That was quite a challenge, but designer Marko Petrovic seems to have done just fine. The concept watch uses the rare vertical tourbillon that should come in handy to save some space in the design.
Clocks that show different time zones aren’t all that uncommon in office spaces. We guess the idea works a lot better if we replace the little time zone labels under those clocks and let the clocks tell their timezones by themselves.
Despite its looks falling strongly to the side of a calculator keypad, this little thingy wouldn’t add two and two. Click Keypad happens to be one of the latest offerings from Watchismo. The watch sports animated blink lights on each of its oversized buttons, which blink to tell time.