The Kyle Dell’Aquila Radian Watch is designed to deliver a more accessible time-keeping experience compared to the standard three-dial chronograph.
While a traditional watch features three hands that rotate on the same axis, the Radian Watch disassembles those arms onto separate planes. The result? A deconstructed dial that is easier on the eye due to the increased amount of white space. The unibody watchband eliminates the need for fragile hardware and creates a seamless, eye-catching finish. The adjustable knob has been moved to the back of the dial, allowing the timepiece to maintain its stylish and sleek look.
Rhode Island-based designer Kyle Dell’Aquila seeks to create a timepiece that is user-friendly and simplified. The minimalist accessory is bound to have a few onlookers staring and passing patrons asking "where did you get that?"
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