The Lexon 'Take Time' Watch is Superbly Flexible

By: Vivian Lau - Published: Jul 4, 2012 • References: fastcodesign
The Lexon 'Take Time' watch is a versatile design by Mathieu Lehanneur that is available in chromatic hues and cheeky configurations.

In an attempt to inspire a watch-apathetic younger generation that would rather check the time on their mobiles, these 'Take Time' watches boast an interesting design. Hanging off a long rubbery string with a loop on the other end, this pocket watch is deftly modernized. The loop and string enables you to wrap the watch securely around your wrist, bike handlebars or off the back of your bag. Though it is no G-Shock digital masterpiece, the minimalistic time piece comes in bold candy colors (similar to those of the popular iPod).

With the chain of the conventional grandfather pocket watch replaced with a rubber material, this accessory is upgraded to be much more versatile in functionality. Stats for Sneaky Stethoscope Pocket Watches Trending: Older & Warm
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