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Spear Free Time Watch Tells Time With Spinning Rings

by Paul Strauss
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Free Time Watch by Laurinda SpearArchitect Laurinda Spear created the design for this analog watch that uses a series of turning discs instead of traditional hands. The timepiece’s three independently revolving rings are used to display hours, minutes and seconds. A gap in each ring indicates the current time.

According to the artist, the rings that surround the Free Time watch signify “The cycle of life, with a beginning, middle & end is synchronized by the 3 rings and guide us along our path to openings where time limits are set free. Our journey through time, passes the story of our past & present, to a hopeful future”. If that’s too thoughtful for you, just take it at face value. It’s a cool looking watch.

The Free Time comes in a unisex design and has an all stainless steel body. It’s also water resistant up to 3 atmospheres (about 100 feet). The $90 watch is available with either a black leather or stainless steel band from Projects US.




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Comments (3):

  1. orgaqualia says:

    Starcastle much?

  2. technabob says:

    Wow. Good observation, orgaqualia, I didn’t even think about that.

    For those of you who don’t remember Star Castle, let me refresh your memory:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Castle

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