A Touch of Class for iPhone

A Touch of Class for iPhone

Bissol’s latest mobile timepiece is an elegant addition to the iPhone 5(s) that merges a classic timepiece to the modern smartphone. The 2000 Calibre here features an automatic mechanical Swiss movement suspended by a unique single bridge. Its precision one-piece construction allows the user to see the inner workings of the clock in an interesting contrast to the minimal, enclosed look of the iPhone.

0 Designer: Bissol

Ring of Time

Ring of Time

The Ring Clock concept was designed without inhibition as a product that might be able to exist in 10 years or so… but thanks to its futuristic appeal & simple functionality, it might become a reality sooner than you think! 144 ultra-thin mono-color LEDs are contrasted against surgical stainless steel. When you are looking for the time, just spin the ring to activate the blue & orange LEDs. To recharge, simply place it on the wireless clock-dock charger to restore full power that lasts a week! Watch its ice-cool display in action ->

0 Designer: Szikszai Gusztáv

Pebble Watch Facelift

Pebble Watch Facelift

The “ttmm” collection of wristwatch apps was designed for specifically for smartwatches with 144×168 pixel screens such as Pebble and Kreyos. 15 different face options give the wearer a multitude of stylized options, each with its own puzzling way of displaying the time. Available in the Android Market, you can upload the collection directly via the Pebble app and keep your watch-face fresh all year round!

0 Designer: Albert Salamon

Lucid Meets Leather

Lucid Meets Leather

Who doesn’t love the idea of a transparent screen?! Many modern conceptual watch designs feature this interesting visual element, but few remember the age-old material that’s adorned wrists for centuries…. leather! The LIP watch applies modern transparent tech with a hand stitched leather band for a comfortable and familiar aesthetic that’s not limitingly futuristic.

0 Designer: Youssef Eskandar

'Pick Up Stix' And Tell The Time

‘Pick Up Stix’ And Tell The Time

The Cross Over Watch is a good take on the game “Pick up stix”, it features contemporary and graceful hands that appear to be precariously balanced rotate around the dial. What makes it striking is the way the hands are slightly askew to the center giving this timepiece an elegant vibe.

0 Designer: Denis Guidone [ Buy at CKIE ]

Time Till Now

Time Till Now

Communication is the key element in watch design and the Till Watch fulfils this norm by speaking to you visually. Exemplifying the relationship between now and then, this cool time-telling machine doesn’t believe in cold numbers. For example, its not 10:50, it’s “Ten Till Ten.” If you ask me, I’d like my watch to read… ’Till death do us apart!

0 Designer: Daniel Will-Harris [ Buy it Here ]

The Meanest Watch on the Block

The Meanest Watch on the Block

The Watch Horrors collection explores the darker side of elegance in a series of menacing looking timepieces. The focal point of the design is a ninja-star-like face complimented by complex cog shapes and exposed hardware that give it an edgy, industrial feel.

0 Designer: StudioAram Design

A Smarter Smart-watch

A Smarter Smart-watch

Unlike many other smart-watch concepts, the Echo doesn’t stray from the familiar watch form. Instead, it merges the most essential smartphone apps into a simplistic touch-screen circular face. Access your email, calendar, map, fitness and music apps all from the convenience of your wrist! Check out the vid to see its near-perfect interface —>

0 Designer: Brian Khouw

Love This iWatch!

Love This iWatch!

Many rumors, mockups and concepts later, I think I have finally found an iWatch concept that I love! Creation of the Jivaldi team, this beauty features a flexible interface. Wearable technology is the future and this one is a step in that direction. What do you think?

0 Designer: James Ivaldi

MONDO and DUO 24 World Timer Watches

MONDO and DUO 24 World Timer Watches

The award-winning Botta-Design has much to take pride about; talk about 50 awards under their belt (including red dot) and the revolutionary modern one-hand watch design by founder Klaus Botta! As a big fan of horology I am completely mesmerized by complication in a watch and especially features like world time. The MONDO and DUO 24 World Timer Watches are watches for modern everyday life and not just globetrotters like me.

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Time with a Twist of Orange, Please

Time with a Twist of Orange, Please

Conceived for use by the blind but stylish enough to appeal to a broader market, the Nike Citrus watch’s spiral form stretches to fit any wrist size and hints to its zesty inspiration: an orange peel twist. To tell time, the wearer simply touches the tactile, concave face to feel for the hour and minute hands. Unlike many other products for the seeing-impaired, this one can be universally appreciated and mass-produced to keep unit prices low!

0 Designer: Jacob Rynkiewicz

Death of the Wall Clock

Death of the Wall Clock

The BIBO watch (name derived from the Indian name Biboswan meaning Sun God) is a response to the modern work week, which renders wall-mounted home clocks useless when no one is there from 9-5. The entire face unit is removable and can be left on the wrist band, or placed in a tabletop dock where it projects the time onto a wall using a built-in mini-projector! However different, both the strap and dock are stylistically connected by sharing the same striking Madhubani geometric art pattern.

0 Designer: Sankalp Sinha

Clearly Cool

Clearly Cool

The Ghost watch earns its namesake for the completely clear material that composes the entire band. The flexible display reads the time in simple, minimal, dot-matrix style. Colorless and cool, it’s complimentary to almost any outfit. As for how it works… well, we’re not sure… no do we care as long as we can have one!

0 Designer: Simone Savini