The Paul Kweton 'Spli-T-ime' Watch Sees Doubles

By: Romina S. Cortellucci - Published: • References: paulkweton & blog.gessato
The limited edition Paul Kweton 'Spli-T-ime' watch is anything but ordinary as it separates the minutes from hours. The timepiece was created and produced by American designer Paul Kweton from selective laser-sintered 3D printed material; the case is covered in polished 3D nylon in fluorescent orange. The colorful piece has two watch paces: one for the minute hand, which is separate from the hour hand, displaying analog time in digital order.

As Paul Kweton states on his website, the watch "should be considered as an art object with no specific function." But, the playful watch has the ability to provide double the fun of the average timepiece. The Paul Kweton Spli-T-ime is available at the end of July, but with only 23 pieces for sale, the time is ticking to purchase one of these incredible watches. Stats for Terrific Twin Timepieces Trending: Older & Mild
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