Watch designer extraordinaire Samuel Jerichow has whipped up his latest creation with the Cassini concept watch. The Cassini is technically an analog watch, although it looks nothing like the analog watches you may know. The face of the Cassini does have numbers and indicators, but those are split into two sides, hours and minutes, and pushed off towards the edge.
The minutes are displayed in order, but Jerichow has done something curious with the hours. Hours are shown in military time and in two different sections. The Cassini concept watch, like other watches designed by Jerichow, is a bit difficult to read at first glance. However, it can be quickly figured out and would be a must-have for those who love confusing people with their wrists.
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