Ross McBride’s Normal watches are anything but normal, with an inverted hour hand; the laser-cut opening rotates as time goes by. Available in different combos of black, white and silver.
Porsche Design’s race-inspired P6910 watch has been reworked with a rose gold and titanium case. Its coolest feature is a mechanical stopwatch which uses a three-disc system.
The Nixon Rotolog mixes our two favorite elements with bamboo inlays and a stainless steel frame. Named for its unique right-read movement, an LED allows for nighttime use.
Although only a concept, Franc Vila’s SuperLigero Skeleton Tourbillon looks downright dangerous. The watch is made with Lightnium, a highly rigid alloy of aluminum and lithium.
We’ll never own Hysek’s Abyss Tourbillon. Only thirty will ever be made, and chances are it’d cost a kidney or two. Unabashedly modern, this watch’s exposed moment shows it has nothing to hide.
Maximize your nerd appeal with the Tibida LED watch: the first two modes are fairly simple, while the final binary mode which gets geek-ah-rific. Available in red, blue, black, or orange.
Nixon’s new watch is crafted from steel, steel and more steel. The raw, brushed finish stands out among ordinary stainless watches. Offers a 6-hand chronograph analog display and 300-meter water resistance.
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