For those who have mastered and tired of the two most common ways of reading the hour, the Rounding Watch by Andy Kurovets is intuitive and original. The designer actually has quite the collection of chronometers that explores unique ways of fulfilling an important function.
In the case of this model, the face of the wristwatch has been sectioned off into four circles with the two horizontal ones linked together. With vivid red characters in the latter pair, the Tokyoflash device informs of the hour. You read top to bottom to gather the minutes from the blue numerals.
All of the characters have been adapted into more circular shapes to fit within their individual circular windows. The overall look of the Rounding Watch by Andy Kurovets is one of clean and contemporary eccentricity.
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