When I first looked at this watch, I was overwhelmed by the sheer number of numbers displayed on the face at once. But once I took a second to get my bearings, I actually thought it was pretty cool.
The Lip Mystic displays time using three concentric circular discs, the outermost one containing hours, the middle one showing minutes, and the inner one indicating seconds. As the wheels turn, they align behind a metal window which highlights the current time. Now I see where Seiko got their inspiration for their recent Discus watch.
The Mystic features a stainless case with a Swiss quartz movement and a leather band. The case design of the watch is actually based on an original 1970s design, revamped using modern components and manufacturing techniques. You can find the Mystic over on Watchismo for $299, in several different case and band colors.