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.