There’s something to be said about simple and good-looking watches: they make telling time a lot easier than those strange LED watches from Japan. Thankfully, the Cyclops from Mr Jones Watches is very easy to read, and it looks quite nice as well.
In a world where even second graders are already multi-tasking, it’s really no wonder why people continue to invent and come with stuff with dual purposes.
Take, for example, one of the most basic objects that you can find in your home: the clock.
Geeky watches are a staple around here. We like them even if we don’t wear them since we all have pockets stuffed with smartphones and tablets these days. If you are the watch-wearing sort though, you might like this new watch from Cadence that has the style geeks crave.
Lomo has released a new ultra-wide angle camera, the LC-Wide. If you love wide angle photography, and you’re yearning for something more analog, then look no further than the Lomo LC-Wide Camera. If you’ve already got an LC-A+ camera, then you can also get yourself their wide angle lens , that’s compatible with their LC-A+camera line.
I like wristwatches, even if I don’t wear them. I like to look at the cool designs and I, especially like the watches that have the intricate little gears and parts to the movement inside. I can only imagine how complex designing one of those watches would be.
I have owned watches over the years that have had no numbers, and I always end up telling people “it’s about 4pm” or whatever because without numbers it’s hard to get an exact time. A new clock for your wall has been unveiled in concept for that looks interesting.
Watch brand Ziiiro has come up with two new watches use an analog mechanism to display time in a visually-striking way. This time around, we have the Aurora and the Orbit. Of the two, the Aurora looks most interesting since it mixes two colors to show the time.
I’ve never thought as Braun as a watch company (mostly an appliance company), but apparently that’s not the case. They’re working on a new digital watch that comes with an analog twist. No, there won’t be a traditional watch face, but there will be an analog dial, a sort of analog scroll wheel, which is kind of cool.
While we usually only feature timepieces with tech geek appeal, this watch was too hard to pass up. As far as watches go in the high-end market Ulysse Nardin has some of the coolest and most expensive watches around.
The TokyoFlash design blog has become the place for cool new watch concepts, and this recent pick is one of my new favorites. The Uzumaki watch has a cool high-tech style, but actually uses an analog face to achieve its dramatic modern look.
I like things that are odd and this watch is really odd to me. It’s a custom one of a kind wristwatch designed by Yvan Arpa. The thing that is so odd to me about it is that the case of the watch is filled with liquid and the watch is water resistant too.
Looking for a great way to get a little extra time during the day at work? Well don’t tell anyone we told you this, but this clever hack could extend your lunch hour every single day – at least until your boss catches on.