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'One Hand Watches' by Raphael Ickler is a Unique Accessory

 - Sep 2, 2010
References: defakto-uhren.de & mocoloco
Ever wonder how you can tell time without two hands? These 'One Hand Watches' by Raphael Ickler figured out the answer to that problem. Ickler is a German-based designer who came up with this concept. However, some people might need to get used to the fact that this timepiece has only one hand.

This watch reads both minutes and hours using the indexes on its face. The larger indexes would represent the 12 hours in a day, while the smaller indexes represented the minutes. The objective of these 'One Hand Watches' by Raphael Ickler is to redefine the way we think of time.