New Pebble Faces

New Pebble Faces

The latest expansion of Albert Salamon’s collection of Pebble watchfaces is even more perplexing than the last! The puzzling faces are not only aesthetically unique but they make for an entertaining way of telling the time.  You’ll get no hints from us! See if you can decipher each one!

0 Designer: Albert Salamon

The Story of MVMT Watches

The Story of MVMT Watches

It took me to an encounter with the MVMT Watch to understand that owning a high quality watch need not burn a hole in my pocket. Now I am not talking like a seasoned haute horology investor, but like a person who appreciates a well designed watch, crafted from quality materials and finds them within my reach. The MVMT Watches stem from the desire of young entrepreneurs and watch enthusiasts who wanted to “cut out the brand inflation” without compromising on the quality.

0 Designer: MVMT [ Buy it Here ]

The Slim Edge

The Slim Edge

Measuring only 4 mm, The Edge is one of the thinnest titanium watches in the world. You would think that only big bulky watches can look sexy but The Edge Watch forces you to rethink that notion. This fully jeweled analogue quartz movement displays a slim stature of only 1.1 mm. A skeletal design, sapphire glass crystal encasing the purist dial and plain hands, create a subtle impact.

0 Designer: Mahendra Chauhan for Titan

Sundown Café

Sundown Café

The Closed Watch is an innovative tool for hikers and mountain climber; it intuitively informs them about the sunrise and sunset times. Keeping safety in mind, the timings for sunset during the different seasons is factored into the design. Pretty impressive if you ask me! At the press of a button you can switch between winter and summer, and get accurate intuitive details. Matter of fact, the watch is ideal for any outdoor sports and recreational activity.

0 Designers: Seon-Il Kim, Mingyeoung Baek, Hyun-Ju Park & Mi-Jang

Timepiece Trio

Timepiece Trio

Designer Mercea Andronescu describes her Revolve watch concept as just a “little project” but we think this timepiece is hugely awesome. The design is divided into 3 separate bracelets- 1 each for the hours, minutes and seconds. They clasp together with magnets, but can be worn individually or apart on each wrist, depending on the user’s preference. See how it works in the vid after the jump!

0 Designer: Mircea Andronescu

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