Timepieces are often characterized by a single way of being worn, which is something the conceptual 'Luup' pocket watch aims to change.
The timepiece doesn't feature a thick strap like what you'd find on a traditional watch and instead has two pieces of rope that can be linked together to create a connection. This allows for wear on the wrist, attached onto a bag, around the neck or anywhere else desired to maximize relevancy in the lifestyle of a modern consumer.
The conceptual 'Luup' pocket watch is the design work of Alexander Knorr and sports a decidedly seduction aesthetic that will match minimalist design preferences. The timepiece speaks to the need for shapeshifting accessories as consumers become more obsessed with everyday efficiency.
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- By: Michael HemsworthMay 18, 2019