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Projects Iridium Watch: a Colorful Way of Telling the Time

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Projects Watches are known for selling fashionable, quirky and overall just well-designed watches at prices that people can actually afford. Fortunately, their new IRIDIUM watch is no different – it’s a fun and affordable watch. Designed by Daniel Will-Harris, the idea behind the IRIDIUM watch is simple: Instead of using watch hands to tell the time, IRIDIUM uses colors. The current hour is blue, minute is red. If the two are in the same number – say it’s 12 midnight – then the number turns purple.


The case is made of brushed steel with Swiss parts. Projects describes the black leather band as “buttery soft.” Mmmm. You can get your own IRIDIUM watch from Watchismo for $119 (USD).

[via Likecool]