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The T-Minus Watches 'Orbiter' Features Orbiting Hands on the Face

 - Jun 30, 2017
References: kickstarter & thegadgetflow
The two main choices when it comes to choosing a watch usually consists of analog or digital, but the T-Minus Watches 'Orbiter' timepiece aims to offer a different kind of aesthetic. Rather than featuring traditional hands, the timepiece boasts concentric discs that have different transparencies to make it appear as though they are floating on the face of the watch. This creates something of a minimalistic aesthetic, while also keeping it inherently interesting to look at multiple times a day.

The T-Minus Watches 'Orbiter' timepiece was conceived just northwest of Cape Canaveral in Florida, which explains the clear connection between the watch, space travel and the heavens. The timepiece is designed in several color options to make it suitable for men and women alike.