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Reveal Watches Tell Time a Little Bit at a Time

by Paul Strauss

The funky-cool Reveal Watch by pioneering typographer/designer Daniel Will-Harris tells the time by gradually revealing the digits hidden behind a set of partially opaque discs.

Reveal Watches by Daniel Will Harris

As each minute and hour passes, the previous number gradually fades away, revealing the next number in the sequence. There’s a little tiny dot in the center which indicates seconds as well. The watches come in a sleek gloss black finish and an oh-so-daring hunter’s orange which is so cool, I might have to run out an buy one tonight.

You can find both colors at PROJECTS for $80 each with leather bands, or you can upgrade the black version to a metal mesh band for $95.

[thanks for the tip, roadsidescholar]




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Comments (4):

  1. Amy Shih says:

    I would like to buy the Reveal watch black , metal mesh band for $95.00. Please let me know how to contact you.

    My tel. 612-486-9882. Thanks.

  2. Wennie says:

    Hey!
    The projects only sells the black and stainless reveal watch, do you know where can I buy the orange one?? Please let me know! Thanks a bunch!

  3. Great looking watches, I wish I could get one of those in bright red.

  4. kevin says:

    hey thats a nice watch wowwwww

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