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Storm Navigator: the Watch has Too Many Faces

by Paul Strauss
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This bold metal watch from London’s STORM combines digital and analog worlds in a single timepiece. While it’s not quite as futuristic as Seahope’s Leiji Meter watch, it’s a heck of a lot easier to tell time with.

In addition to telling time on its illuminated analog face, the STORM Navigator can also tell the time and date on a small liquid crystal display. Since time is kept independently on the two faces, you can use it as a dual time-zone watch too. There’s also a handy analog compass and thermometer built into the front, just in case you need to know where you’re going or how cold it is.

The watch is built from a sturdy stainless steel case, along with an equivalently beefy metal band. STORM offers the Navigator in both blue and silver watch faces, and they sell for £129.99 (appx. $209 USD) here.

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