The X-Shaped Watch is Designed for Advanced Time-tellers

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jun 18, 2013 • References: tuvie
It's not tough to guess where the X-Shaped watch got its name from. A designer named Dimitri submitted this watch to Tokyoflash's design blog. His watch has a unique face that tells time using both dashes and dots. No word on whether you can use it for Morse code purposes.

The hours of the X-Shaped watch appear on the top of the face and the minutes on the bottom. There's no easy way to tell time using the watch; instead, a cheat sheet is provided to let you know just what everything means. The neon LED lights and matching strap are a nice touch. The design of the X-Shaped watch is a bit complex, but its look is right on point. Tokyoflash has a history of creating user-submitted watches, so don't be shocked if Dimitri's design becomes a reality sometime in the future. Stats for Morse Code Watch Concepts Trending: Older & Mild
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