Two Halves of Time

Many watch innovations come from the digital neophyte camp. The possibilities are limitless but what about the analog peeps? The Ikku is a watch project aimed squarely at innovating how time is read using traditional movements. The face is divided into half spheres. The left half signifies hours while the right tells minutes. Each of the half spheres are demarcated into 12 points with its own needle. To read time, just look at the hours on the left, then minutes on the right. Beautiful design and it’s certainly different. Should be in stores soon.


Designer: LÖYTÖ ESINEIDEN

15 Comments

  • Cramer says:

    Are both rotating? If not, its not possible to indicate all times!!!

    • TKSH says:

      I think that obtains it using double needles, needles with two ends and both demarcate the hours, for that reason, when one needle end disappears, the other appears, in twelve strips… I think….

  • TKSH says:

    Beautifull!!! Awesome!

  • TKSH says:

    I think that obtains it using double needles, needles with two ends and both demarcate the hours, for that reason, when one needle end disappears, the other appears, in twelve strips… I think….

  • Mustafa Karakus says:

    it is new trend about the concept of 3d time. it was nice watch.

  • Abdullah says:

    useless

    • seetheotherside says:

      Useless, your comment. Uncertain in fact. This is a WATCH design, so its completely functional. I love this watch!

  • Paul says:

    been done many times. I have a J&H watch that does the same thing.

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