Even the newest designs of analog watches seem to have an antique quality to their appearances, but this is not true of the Mask Watch. This wrist-worn accessory has a low-tech rotary mechanism that looks like a very clear and contemporary interface.
Filip Slováček's chronograph comprises a black base face with an inner ring that's printed with the numbers 0 through 55, signifying five-minute intervals of a single hour. The outer ring features the digits 1 through 12. Two plain plates act like inverted hands, pivoting around the timepiece and revealing just a slice of that foundation dial. The wearer of the Mask Watch is thus afforded a limited view of the hour in the form of a pair of numbers. This makes it really quick to read a five-minute period.
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