Up and Up Watch

Up and Up Watch

The watch you’re about to see right here is called the “Ever Increasing Watch” and it’s designed by none other than the fabulous crew at EleeNo. You know what kind of world we live in. One where you’ve got some sort of phone or computer device with you at all times. Some sort of object with you constantly that’ll give you the time of day whenever you want it. So what’s the point of a wrist watch? Again I say, for the love of the game! In honor of the simplicity offered in the readout on your cellphone, EleeNo offers this watch to engage!

0 Designer: EleeNo [ Buy it Here ]

Not that Kind of Avatar Watch

Not that Kind of Avatar Watch

The timepiece in this post is called the “Avatar 1259B Watch.” It’s got nothing to do with the movie, but it’s no less epic. Really! You’ll have the entire world at your beckoning call when you grace their vision with this devastatingly amazing looking arm-clock. Made by the same people as what I like to call the Killer Robot Death Watch, this Avatar watch is just as metal, just as robotic, just as color bleeper intensive.

0 Designer: Seahope [ Buy it Here ]

It’s Zip Up Time

It’s Zip Up Time

The Zipper Bracelet Watch is just that, of course there is no watch face; otherwise why would it be here on YD! This concept is a wide leather bracelet where the zips actually display the current time when you hit the central buttons on the wrist. Each zip displays a digit, which you are supposed to combine together to read the time. Sounds confusing right now, but hit the jump to see what I mean. Definitely easier than a Tokyo Flash!

0 Designer: Andy Kurovets

Killer Robot Death Watch

Killer Robot Death Watch

Actually no death. None. Unless you mean the death of terrible wrist watches because this one completely DESTROYS them all! Is that what you mean? Well good! This is the “Robot 1259C Watch” and it’s going to make your arm so much more fantastic looking. Also you’ll be able to read time in such a hardcore manner that your brain might explode out of the top of your robotic head. Beware! It takes a moment to learn, a lifetime to master the awesomeness of ownership!

0 Designer: Seahope [ Buy it Here ]

No Scratch Watch

No Scratch Watch

This cool concept watch by designer Allan George is basically aimed at the youth who like to wear trendy fashion, but maybe rough with it. Although latest scratch-proof glass materials are used in Omega, Rolex and ilk, but not all brands use this for their entire collection. And a watch with scratches on its glass looks so lame! Allan’s concept simple does away with the glass face and replaces it with a plastic-rubber finish. The colored hands peep out, behind a transparent rim, giving the watch a trendy and easy look!

0 Designer: Allan George

Woodpecker Alarm

Woodpecker Alarm

A clock based on sleep with no mention to a specific time? I’m intrigued. The clock contains two alarms that signal each day at morning and evening. It indicates when to begin your sleep routine and receive a full 8 hours. The product reflects how sleep is a natural process and as such is made from natural materials. Over time the log will shed its bark as the user develops and controls their sleep rhythm. The alarm imitates a drumming woodpecker. You can even alter the type of drumming by switching out the “beak knocker”.

0 Designer: Natalie Duckett

Enhance Time on Wrist

Enhance Time on Wrist

You’ve seen the movie Blade Runner, yes? Aka the greatest science fiction movie ever made? That’s the one. Even if you haven’t seen it, you’ve probably seen the scene where Harrison Ford is doing some police work and keeps saying “enhance. enhance.” Well that’s what’s going on here! He’d love this watch, this watch called the “Scope Watch” and it’s a total time tracker!

0 Designer: Seahope LTD [ Buy it Here ]

Heartbeat Baby Bump Bump Bump

Heartbeat Baby Bump Bump Bump

How would you like to bump, bump it up? How healthy is your heart? Well even if you hate amazing beats, and even if you’ve got some sort of terrible heart condition, you can glance with glee at this fabulous watch by Seahope: the “Heart Beat Watch!” It’s got so many LED lights on it you wont know what to do with yourself. Perhaps tell the watch where to start? You’ve got LEDs spiking in all the right places. Your heart will soon be prone to swoon over it.

0 Designer: Seahope [ Buy it Here ]

Moon Phase Watch Extravaganza!

Moon Phase Watch Extravaganza!

Usually, when there’s an extravaganza, there’s a whole bucket full of them. But not this time! But why?! I’ll tell you why. It’s because we only need one, yes, ONE of them. This is the one right here. It’s called the “Moon Watch” and it’s made by those fabulous folks over at The Emotion Lab. Not only does this one tell you the phases of the moon as they happen, this one tells you the 24 hours in the day as well.

0 Designer: The Emotion Lab

Mesmerizing Circles

Mesmerizing Circles

Truly the hands of the hourglass do turn according to their own will. Or is the will of grandfather time? It doesn’t matter! Shall I tell you why? I will! It’s because this clock has no hands! Like the rest of the watches in the family of this design group, these timekeepers have no hands at all! Designers at EleeNo have no mercy when it comes to watch display innovation, none at all! That’s why this particular watch is the most mesmerizing yet! Circle time!

0 Designer: EleeNo [ Buy it Here ]

No Time Like The Present

No Time Like The Present

Rarely do we feature a product you can actually buy so if you fancy this timepiece called the Watch3, keep reading. The numerics are printed on the underside of a sapphire crystal only revealed when the hour hand passes over. The dial itself is covered in luminova, a phosphorescent paint that glows for several hours after being exposed to light. The design is clean and unobtrusive. All the materials are of the highest quality steel, crystal and features ETA quartz movement; Swiss made and hand assembled in Biel.

0 Designer: Steven Götz (Buy it here)

No Numbers Or Hands, But It Tells Time

No Numbers Or Hands, But It Tells Time

Watch concepts without traditional numerics and even analog hands? Minimalism to its extreme – or at least that’s what designer Robert Dabi is pitching. His ZERO watch has two discs  (one each for hours and minutes) that spin to tell time. My problem with many numeric-less concepts is difficulty in reading them. The ZERO looks like it may avoid that because I have no problems reading it. No word if it’ll hit the market but the flexible metal/rubber band will come in an array of colors if it does. Hit the jump for a video.

0 Designer: Robert Dabi

Revenge Of The G-Spot Mouse

Revenge Of The G-Spot Mouse

Its International Women’s Day and its befitting that I confuse you guys with Andy Kurovets’ Maze Of Time. There is a connection between the two… you had fun at the expense of the female anatomy and now it’s time to pay for those silly smirks! The Maze Of Time watch uses colors in a kaleidoscopic way to represent the time. So when you see a chaotic yellow line below, it’s actually the number “1”. Blue is the number “2”, red color stands for “3”, and “4” corresponds to the green etc. Kinda TokyoFlash-esque and time to get your grey cells working!

0 Designer: Andy Kurovets