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‘Feel the Time' Lets You Tell Time by Touch

 - Apr 26, 2009
References: yankodesign
Anna Bieniek’s ‘Feel The Time’ is an elegant and futuristic-looking wristwatch for the blind. With a few rotating three-dimensional rings and a little dots that you can feel with the touch of your fingers, this slick-looking watch is readable for anyone. The face can also be removed—a familiar idea to anyone who rocked a big Swatch watch in the 80s.

The timepiece is protected with a flexible membrane to prevent surface damage from constant touching. I love the look of the watch itself. It’s ultra modern out-of-the-box design could find a fan base in anyone.