This Watch Aims to Re-Create the Museum Dial Timepiece

 - Oct 6, 2015
References: movado & dezeen
In a collaborative effort between Swiss watch brand Movado and industrial designer Yves Béhar, the Museum Dial timepiece has been re-created. This modernized version of a 134-year-old watch brings a sense of elegance and class into the watch industry.

This particular watch contains no numbers, but instead it uses slight indentations around the entire perimeter. There are a total of 60 ridges on the inside of each face. At the top of the face where the number 12 would sit, there is a raised bump. Aside from the watch hands, there is nothing else contained within the walls of the Museum Dial-mimicking timepiece.

Each watch is made with a bowl-shaped aluminium face and there are a select variety of colors such as light pink and jet black.