The Xeric SOLOSCOPE Timepiece Opts for a Proprietary Mechanical Aesthetic

By: Misel Saban - Apr 26, 2016
References: xericwatches & coolhunting
The SOLOSCOPE watch engineered by Watchismo opts for an antiquated aesthetic with a square shape and a mechanical time face that features vintage style gears and barometers to tell the time. Despite the watch's old school aesthetic, the accessory is automated to offer consumers a design that nods to the past with modern functionality.

While many watches these days opt for a digital design, the SOLOSCOPE retains a vintage look thanks to its use of much more primitive mechanisms to tell time. The device features an uncommon shape that is square rather than circular and a single and that indicates both hour and minute. The second side of the face exposes the gears inside, giving the accessory a utilitarian design that highlights the high quality materials used in the construction of the piece.