Haruo Suekichi spends hours hunched over junk to create some of the most fascinating timepieces in the steampunk design world.
Inspired by found items and old watches, Suekichi takes the analogue objects, adds purely extraneous gimmicks and make highly desirable comic book or anime looking watches. Suekichi has a story behind every watch, including the one that has two faces: one which tells the correct time and one with the incorrect time which he says helps him get girls. Yeah, riiiiight.
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