An modern and minimal analog watch that packs digital integrations with your iOS or Android smartphone via Bluetooth. It offers activity tracking, sleep monitoring, and notifications, and battery life up to 6 months.
A crazy cool modular single-voice analog synthesizer that’ll have you cranking out fat beats, crunchy noises, and amazing electronic sounds for your musical creations. It works completely standalone, or can be controlled by studio apps, sequencers, or keyboards via MIDI.
An unusual approach to analog time-telling, Mykonos Design’s Visus watch uses concentric circles to display hours, minutes and seconds. Just focus on the red pointer for the current time. Water-resistant with a steel adjustable band.
Featuring a bold and substantial stainless steel case, the Street tells time using a spinning numeric disc behind its face instead of traditional hands. Available in orange/black or white/silver.
From Swiss watchmaker Pierre Junod and designer Fredi Brodmann comes a timepiece which dispenses with those pesky minutes, instead telling time in fractions of an hour. Limited to just 250 pieces.
The bold, black-and-white lines of the new Military Watch really catch our eye. Made in Switzerland, the timepiece looks like it could be government-issued, but the Burberry label says it’s not.
This high-tech timepiece features a motor and belt-drive mechanism and a rechargeable battery that can be juiced up wirelessly. It’s also bulletproof. Ships later this year for $15k.
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