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o.d.m. Sunstich LCD Watch: Portable Solar-Powered Sundial

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We here at Technabob have a thing for cool digital watches, and here’s another to add to our collection. The o.d.m. Sunstitch watch is solar-powered and features a display that is reminiscent of the shadow of a sundial. The whole face of the watch is single LCD display, with the solar panel presumably hidden behind the face. The overall effect is a muted and minimal.

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This watch was designed by Michael Young for Hong Kong-based brand o.d.m., known for its creative and reasonably priced watch designs. The Sunstich watch has no buttons and comes with a touch-sensitive screen. By tapping on specific sections of the face, the functions of the watch can be triggered. It’s also got a battery backup in case the sun doesn’t shine enough.

There’s no word yet on the release date or price of the Sunstitch, but if you’re interested in one, you might want to keep an eye out on o.d.m.’s Michael Young collection here.

[via Moco LoCo]

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