The Artika Horizon 2 timepiece is a transitional accessory that can be worn in many different positions to accommodate the needs or preferences of the user seamlessly. The watch features a paracord strap that's meant to be worn on the wrist, carried in a pocket, affixed onto a belt loop or even worn around the neck. This will allow the accessory to be used continuously in an array of scenarios instead of requiring the user to keep multiple devices in their ownership for different activities.
The Artika Horizon 2 timepiece is the design work of Albert Rakhimzhanov that was created in collaboration with the Stieglitz Academy of Saint Petersburg. Although inherently sporty, the timepiece also allows wearers to change up the fit to suit their preference instead of adopting a static size.