A Binary Analogue Watch Design

If you really want to stand out of the crowd, then this Binary Analogue Watch Design can do the trick. It is an amusing analogue binary concept integrated in a stylish frame from Laszlo from Hungary. Unlike most of the LED watches, neither does it look ugly nor is it hefty.

It is a very chic LED watch and if you wear it, believe it or not, nobody will criticize you on wearing an alien-atic watch. Look for yourself in the pictures here and check out what a happening piece it is!

About the concept:

The concept is merely for mathematicians and computer scientists, however, even a common man can get used to it. The model number of the watch is R75, and it is integrated with a binary mode.

Now, if you are a person who has always hated the binary chapter in your mathematics class, you might hate the watch. But believe me, once you have it on your wrist, you’ll know that this is hell of a stylish watch!

About the design:

Make no mistake in knowing that although this is a binary LED watch, it’s not meant for the geeks. As you see in the picture above, the time is displayed in the white section; and the time is 12:00.

Hours are shown in groups of 1, 2, 4 and 8. Minutes are shown in a combination of 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32. The blocks you see there in the picture rotate in a clockwise motion. Once they fill the white void, time is displayed. The good part about this watch is that although the name makes it sound complicated, it is really simple to use and a delight to wear on your wrist.

Now, apart from the functionalities, I personally like the design a lot. It has a steel body similar to a conventional Tag Heuer watch, which, of course, makes it look utterly stylish. Even the dial or the way time is displayed is not ugly at all. Among all the LED watches I have seen till now, this one is truly one of the best. Great work Laszlo!

Check out some more LED watch designs here: The Unisex Watch Design and The Warsaw Design.

Via: Tokyoflash

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