The Revolutio Watch by Mickael Chrost Shows the House and Minute Stealthily

By: Summer Luu - Published: Apr 9, 2011 • References: coroflot & yankodesign
The Revolutio Watch by Mickael Chrost is modern, simple and unique. With its somewhat invisible design, you wouldn't initially know where to look to see the time, but it's an eye-catching watch nevertheless.

The faceless watch consists of a wristband and circular plate on the front; a clear-cut hole in the center will make you wonder how to tell the time of day. Looking closely within the circular piece reveals that the rings surrounding it displays the minutes and hours of the day as little ticks of light. The timepiece is powered by a standard watch engine and has a magnetic locking system in the minimalist band.

The Revolutio Watch by Mickael Chrost may look like it's missing a significant piece of a typical time-teller, but it definitely doesn't miss the mark in creative design. Stats for Faceless Time-Tellers Trending: Older & Buzzing
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