If you love (or loathe) Jean Charles de Castelbajac’s funky watch designs, then check out these unusual new watches from JC/DC that look like rabbits. Once you take them off your wrist, they look like they might hop away.
The guys over at Porsche Design have unveiled an interesting new watch. The case of the watch is made from titanium that is colored black. It’s a very simple looking and minimalist watch with a black face and white markings, and a red second hand.
I consider it extremely wasteful when parents allow their kids to just discard their old stuff even though they’re still working or in good condition, just because they’ve gotten tired of it or bored with its look.
While my personal favorite Space Invaders wristwatch has to be this one by Romain Jerome, I don’t have $10,000+ to spare, so it won’t be making its way to my wrist any time soon. Thankfully, the guys at ThinkGeek have us mere mortals covered, with the decidedly more down-to-earth Infinity Invaderz watch.
Ok, I’m the first to say that we’ve featured some difficult to read timepieces here on Technabob over the years, but at least there’s usually some way to explain how to read them. For the first time, here’s one watch that I have absolutely no idea how to tell the time.
I’m not sure if Apple will change the shape of the iPod Nano any time soon, but Incase is probably hoping that it will stay the same (or maybe they know something we don’t). Their new Flex Wristband Case looks pretty cool, even though I still can’t see it being that comfortable with a headphone cord sticking out of it.
I think watches are the most popular accessory there is. First of all, they’re functional. They tell you the time primarily, while some models even display the date, the temperature, what day of the week it is, and so on and so forth.
Tokyoflash just released the Kisai Rogue SR2 watch, an updated version of the Rogue that they had available before. Unlike most of the Tokyoflash range of digital watches, the Kisai Rogue SR2 features an always-on LCD display.
This wouldn’t be the first Space Invaders watch I’ve featured on the site. It’s not even the first rare Space Invaders watch. But it is – for sure – the first one to cost $10,000. Actually, the guys over at Perpetuelle are just guessing at that price.
Before you leave the club and head on over to your car to drive your tipsy self back home, I recommend that you run by your level of drunkenness via this Tokyoflash watch that has an Alcohol Test Function built within it.
The MoonWatch is a cool concept that was designed by Adrián Castro, originally conceived in 2004. Apparently, the designer updated that watch for 2011 with new materials and technology. The new design is pretty cool looking, and I can see the resemblance to the moon.
Tokyoflash just announced a limited acetate version of the Kisai RPM, which was a reader-submitted design turned into reality back in November. Although the large blank face still looks a bit odd in my taste, at least this watch is easier to read than Tokyoflash’s usual crop.
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.
Have you ever spotted someone sporting a watch that looks so good, you ogled and went all googly-eyed just staring at it?
Well, the HM3 Frog Zr Watch will stare right back at you with its equally huge hour and minute domes that look like lipid pools of darkness.
I always enjoy checking out the TokyoFlash design blog for new modern watch concepts. Sure, many of them are impractical, some of them are hard to read, but for the most part, they look pretty cool, like this concept design called Raitosho.