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Dot wristwatch tells time with its namesake

08/16/2010, It is a no-brainer for a wristwatch called the Dot to tell the time using, well, dots. This idea by Polish designer Damian Kozlik, envisions the Dot as a sleek and elegant wristwatch which will resemble a trendy bracelet instead of a timepiece. Relying on...

Brass Wristlet Google Maps Navigator Watch

08/15/2010, It might seem a little low-tech, but since it can help you read directions from Google Maps, it seems pretty cool. Created by Simon Jansen, the Brass Wristlet Google Maps Navigator Watch looks like it has the steampunk thing going for it, and can display...

Tokyoflash Night Vision Watch

08/11/2010, The folks over at Tokyoflash have come up with another one of their crazy watch concepts, and next up is the Night Vision concept. It actually looks pretty cool with the bright green lights. As usual, it’s not obvious how you tell the time at...

Mutewatch makes an impression – the silent way

08/06/2010, The Mutewatch is different from the rest of the analog models out there since you will not have to listen to the (reassuring to some) tick-tock of its second hand moving. Instead, this is one timepiece that actually lives up to its name, where it will...

Tokyoflash Traffic Watch

08/04/2010, The folks over at Tokyoflash are no strangers to weird watches, and next up is the Traffic Watch, which uses three map routes to announce the time to its wearer. The hours are the city streets marked in blue, while 5 minute intervals are shown along the...

Reverse watch offers different way to tell the time

07/28/2010, Michael Young decided to literally turn things upside down with its Reverse watch collection that sees the position of time panel and buttons switched around, hence its name. There isn’t any side button for your finger to play with, but instead you...

Concept: OOSH Braille Watch For The Visually Impaired

07/26/2010, It’s not always easy to tell the time for folks who are visually impaired, but if the OOSH concept watch ever becomes a reality, things will get much easier. The OOSH is really a Braille watch that allows the user to tell the time by touching the...

Time of the Sky watch lets you know the time differently

06/30/2010, Japanese designer Tomoya Kahimada has come up with this rather interesting modified timepiece known as Time of the Sky, where it will show the image of the sky to correspond with the current time. Basically, this means it will display varying colors of...

Mixtape Watch looks great on your wrist

06/22/2010, Now here’s a watch that is definitely different from what we’ve seen so far – it comes in the form of a mixtape, which will appeal to those of the older generation. When we say ‘older generation’ here, we mean living during...

Attrito poles actually tell the time

06/02/2010, What you see here is not some sort of relic from the future, where it is known as Attrito – Italian for “friction”. Designed by Shane Roepe, these function as time bars where each of them will sit parallel to the other, where both will...

Transformers LED clock watch makes you want

05/25/2010, Seahope of Japan certainly knows how to tug at the heartstrings of geeks the world over with their latest offering, the Transformers LED clock watch from Takara Tomy. It seems that this is currently in the conceptual stage, but will be ready in time to...

Kenneth Cole touchscreen watch

05/24/2010, Kenneth Cole has a spanking new touchscreen watch which is touted to be the first of its kind where the fashion world is concerned. It will boast a 32 city world time function, an electro luminescent backlight, a stainless steel construction, water...

Concept Mechanical Watch Looks Like It Has A Digital Display

05/23/2010, This concept watch design by Carl Allen looks quite cool. On the surface, it looks like any other digital watch on the market, granted it looks cool, but that’s not the main feature. While most watches that use a seven-segment display are digital...

HP Working On A Flexible Dick Tracy Watch Computer For US Troops

05/20/2010, HP is certainly no stranger to flexible displays or wrist-mounted displays, and now reports are in that the computing giant is busy working on a solar-powered watch for the US military that is based on such flexible display technology – dubbed the...