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The Shuriken Watch Features Pointed Blades in the Place of Hour Hands

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: tokyoflash & tuvie
Check out this sharp new design for Tokyoflash! The Shuriken Watch was inspired by the throwing stars used by samurai warriors with a motif that helps to express the precise time. Three pointed blades can be seen rotating around the circular face of the chronograph, indicating the hour, the minute and the second in descending cursor sizes.

Peter Fletcher's timepiece embodies a slick design in every respect. The use of brushed and polished metal materials refers to its weaponry influence, and its form features clean lines and razor-sharp cuts. The individual pointers of the Shuriken Watch are each part of a round dial of their own; these have been stacked and covered in glass and worked to revolve at their own rates. Stats for Samurai Weapon Watches Trending: This Year & Warm
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Concept: Shuriken Watch
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Segment: Males, 12-55
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