Double Vision Watch is totally out of this world

Check this unique looking timepiece from Swatch and designer Jeremy Scott – known as the Double Vision Watch, you need not go to the optometrist to check on whether your vision is losing its edge, as this particular timepiece comes with a couple of watch faces. The Double Vision Watch will be full of concentric red and white circles that add to that hypnotic effect without requiring you to indulge in some weed or the like.

There will be the words “X-Ray Vision” that run across the top of the two faces, although don’t be surprised to know that this has nothing to do with X-Ray vision at all, but rather, this is meant to add to the charm.

This particular timepiece is not going to come cheap though, where it will retail for €75 at Colette, or if you decide to pick it up straight from the Swatch website, it will cost you a cool $100.

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