Time For A Griffin Emblem Watch

Time For A Griffin Emblem Watch

No matter how many digital versions you may get, none can replace the romanticism of owning a mechanical watch. It has the advantage of living through generations, and being passed on the family as a legacy. The showcasing of the movement through a skeletonized dial, the magic of the construction … irreplaceable! Perhaps this is why we encourage innovations like the Griffin Emblem Watch.

0 Designer: Alain Recuze [ Buy it Here ]

Supercharged Apple Watch Packaging

Supercharged Apple Watch Packaging

Yet another Apple Watch accessory! This time, the masters of creative, luxury bundles at Design Packaging reimagine the original packaging as including a versatile charger for multiple devices. Because it’s safe to assume that each Apple Watch owner will also have an iPhone, the design not only provides an intuitive and organized way to charge both, but puts each on display, elevated safely out of harms way. For super fanboys, an additional USB is available because there’s bound to be an iPad laying around somewhere!

0 Designer: Design Packaging

12 O'clock Somewhere

12 O’clock Somewhere

12:00 on a watch face marks the end of a day for someone, but it also means the beginning of a new day for someone else. Inspired by this relationship, Reset is a modern timepiece that displays user-defined points in time to indicate daylight hours in other parts of the world where family and friends may be. Represented in a linear form across the face, wearers can easily tell if they’re within an appropriate time to call, or simply be reminded their loved ones are starting a new day.

0 Designer: Kim Hyo Jin

A Smart Moov

A Smart Moov

The announcement of the Apple Watch has turned into a game changer for the industry. Tim Cook’s incessant speech about fitness and its integration into the wearable device have put many of the seasoned players into a tizzy. At this juncture, fitness smart watch concepts like the MOOV Smart Watch, which target the less aggressive population, can serve as a comic relief.

0 Designer: Xinyi Wang

Friday Giveaway: 2 Sexy MVMT Watches To Be Won!

Friday Giveaway: 2 Sexy MVMT Watches To Be Won!

As a watch enthusiast, from personal experience I can tell, that getting hold of a timepiece that is stylish and crafted with high quality standards can break your bank. MVMT Watches shattered this myth and went on to become the second-highest-funded fashion startup on Indigogo. This weekend, TWO YD-ers stand a chance to win a MVMT Watch of their choice. Want to dress that wrist of your? Details inside!

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No More Waiting for iWatch

No More Waiting for iWatch

For a gadget that tells time, the exact release of Apple’s rumored iWatch are still a mystery! Until then, get your fanboy fix with this concept by Francisco Costa, because it’s probably not far off from the real thing. The designer has not only mastered the Cupertino company’s signature minimalistic style but also the ingenious marketing that goes along with it.  So, for a sneak peak at the clever commercials to come and a really good guess at the iWatch hit the jump! You’ll do a double-take to make sure it’s not the real deal!

0 Designer: Francisco Costa

If James Bond Wore a Smartwatch

If James Bond Wore a Smartwatch

Most smartwatch designs are focused around ultra-minimal, even futuristic styling with either a monocoque band or simplistic rubber strap and square interface… but that look isn’t for everyone! The HTC Omni stands alone as the smartwatch for users who don’t want to sacrifice classic watch style for smart technology. The design features a traditional metal linked band in gold, silver or black and an elongated interface that almost looks like it was simply dropped into an existing formal watch face. It’s digital tech gone dapper!

0 Designer: Vishal Bhanushali

Ebony And Ivory Time

Ebony And Ivory Time

Inspired by the piano keys, Glissando is an elegant timepiece that sits well on a wrist. While its not packed with features like chronograph or turbillion, what makes its desirable is its unique time-telling ability. It’s the kinda watch that you will want to own and show-off for its super-sexiness!

0 Designer: Han Huynh

NOOKRONO, Chronograph Watch by Nooka

NOOKRONO, Chronograph Watch by Nooka

You know I’m a huge fan of Nooka, purveyor of the most unique watches you can decorate your wrist with, but all their timepieces were digital, until now. The NOOKRONO is their first chronograph and true to Nooka form, it’s eye catching and minimalistic while retaining a sexy level of futurism.

0 Designer: Nooka, Indiegogo

The Smartwatch for Comprehensive Health

The Smartwatch for Comprehensive Health

A large part of smartwatch appeal is the ability to maximize awareness to personal fitness. The GAIA smartwatch expands on this health-conscious functionality by monitoring what’s going on inside the body as well as what’s going on outside the body! Environmental sensors provide real-time data in regards to air pollution & other forms of basic contamination.

0 Designer: Cristian Tomas Moyano

The Thinnest of Thin Timepieces

The Thinnest of Thin Timepieces

The Titanium EDGE is characterized by minimal aesthetics and high precision. Housing a wafer-thin jeweled analog quartz movement of just 1.1mm, it is one of the slimmest titanium watches in the world with an overall thickness of only 4mm! The ultra slim calibre floats between sapphire glass crystals, supported by a skeletal framework. The contoured matte case is machined from a single piece of titanium and features carbon fiber details for a sporty look that’s complimented by a sleek golf-patterned leather strap. Sorry righties!

0 Designer: Sanil Dhadwal

Windows On My Wrist

Windows On My Wrist

Enough of those Apple iWatch concepts; its time now to turn the heat up for good ole Microsoft! Take a look at this ‘Microsoft Windows for Wearable OS’, a Smartwatch that is intuitive, functional and very Microsoft.

0 Designer: Nadir Aslam

The Pocket Watch Redefined

The Pocket Watch Redefined

The story goes that in the 18th and early 19th century, men typically wore pocket watches and wristwatches were meant for women. However, during combat and wartimes, it was very inconvenient to keep track of time via the pocket watch. Necessity gave birth to the legendary design of wrist strap (Also known then as “Wristlet”) that was first used to house pocket watches onto the wrists for the ease of checking time during Boer War era.

0 Designer: Waves Design Studio [ Buy it Here ]

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