The Phosphor Reveal Watch Tells Time Using Swarovski Crystals

By: Michael Hines - Published: Mar 9, 2011 • References: phosphorwatches & engadget
Luxury and technology collide in the Phosphor Reveal Watch. The Phosphor Reveal Watch is the latest watch from Phosphor that uses "proprietary Micro-Magnetic Mechanical Digital technology" and Swarovski crystals to tell time.

Essentially the Phosphor Reveal Watch tells time by rearranging Swarovski crystals on a digital display. The crystals are moved around to clear space for numbers. All luxury aside, I'm incredibly impressed by the Phsophor Reveal Watch. Time changes literally every minute, which means the watch constantly has to shuffle crystals back and forth in position.

Another reason to love the Phosphor Watch is its price. These watches start at only $199. An E Ink watch covered in Swarovski crystals starting at under $200 sounds like a deal to me. I'm all for affordable luxury. Stats for Crystal-Inked Chronographs Trending: Older & Chilly
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