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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.

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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).

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