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Ziiiro Gravity & Mercury Watches: Easy to Read and Look Good

by Range
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The one thing that I don’t like that much about those cool looking Tokyoflash watches is that most of them are extremely complicated to read. I don’t want to spend minutes trying to read my watch. In fact, a glance should be enough to tell the time. If the time has actually changed by the time you figure it out, you know it’s a bad design.

ziiiro gravity mercury watches digital

These watches are from Ziiiro look cook and are surprisingly easy to read. There are two different models available: the Gravity and the Mercury line. The Gravity features interchangeable clock bodies with straps in six colors. The Mercury is made out of metal and available in different colors. So how can you read the time? The tip of the inner swirl represents the current hour while the outer swirl displays the minutes. The gradients shift continually.

ziiiro gravity mercury watches digital

Ziiiro watches are available right now and they sell from €110 (appx. $145 USD) to €143 (appx. $175). That’s not bad for a good-looking watch.

ziiiro gravity mercury watches digital

[via Designboom via Geek Alerts]

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