Even the most conventional product categories are changing shape
Implications - Even in some of the most traditional sectors, style is becoming more important than function. Luxury timepieces used to be a static product category, with only a few brands and classic designs representing status. However, modern design and cutting-edge technology are evolving style far beyond the status quo.
If you've ever flown from Europe to Asia with multiple stops in between, you would definitely appreciate this watch designed by Jacky Wu, Neo Chen & Eric Liu. Ticketime is a boarding pass as well as a… [More]
Timex teamed up with One and Co. to design what they imagine could be desirable watches for the future. But not the short term future of a couple of months from now; the far future of 2154. Almost 150… [More]
The Hysek Colosso limited edition watch is aptly named - it is a colossal watch both in size and in price tag ($550,000).
Hysek, the watch company says it is the most complex watch ever. The case is… [More]
These are Kudoke German Skeleton luxury watches. The watches are one-of-a-kind hand-made models that also comes with hand-engraving.
Kudoke only makes a handful of these intricate watches so you can imagine… [More]
The X- Watch by Damian Kozlik is a sexy X shaped L.E.D. timepiece that is designed for both sighted and blind people.
Blind people can use the X-Watch by moving their fingers along the graduated watch… [More]
The Shine, designed by Vlad Icobet, is a high tech watch which combines luxury and fashion with advanced materials. The concept watch, which is made of ceramic filled with white gemstones, uses an advanced… [More]