The ZIIIRO Eclipse Watch Reveals the Minute Hand Occulating the Hour

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 8, 2014 • References: ziiiro & yankodesign
Provided that you're well accustomed to telling time with an analog device, the ZIIIRO Eclipse Watch can sufficiently communicate the hour to you without a great deal of visual information. A quick glance at this contemporary chronograph and you might first miss the components that indicate time of day.

This modern and minimalist timepiece comprises a deep space black face that's surrounded by a glowing ring of Swiss Super-LumiNova pigment. The minute hand is a tiny marking that illuminates with it; meanwhile, the hour hand is a small dark component that blots out a tiny section of the circle. Several times per day, you'll witness the former pass over the latter to give literal meaning to the name of the ZIIIRO Eclipse Watch. Stats for Overshadowing Orbital Watches Trending: Older & Average
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