The Ikku Watch Puts the Hours and Minutes on Separate Sides

By: Michael Hines - Published: Apr 7, 2011 • References: & yankodesign
It may take some intense staring to figure out what makes Löytö Esineiden's Ikku Watch different from all other analog watches. The face of the Ikku Watch is split into two sides: one tells the hour and the other the minute.

The Ikku Watch has a divide that runs straight down the center, splitting the two sides apart. The hours are on the left and are marked by dots, while the minutes are on the right and features dashes in addition to dots. I really like how Esineiden has managed to do so much through only minor alterations. Simply rearranging the position of the hours and numbers has turned a boring old analog watch into a design worth getting excited over. Stats for Two-Faced Watch Concepts Trending: Older & Mild
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