Nuno Teixeira’s concept watch Equinox. related links Behance: Equinox
Clothing brand Kr3w has branched into watches. Nothing special but they’re just getting started. related links Kr3w
A clock shaped like a hour glass. The Red indicator line shows hours (bottom) and minutes (top). related links Kikkerland
Prada and LG are back with a new phone and this time they’ve also launched a “Prada Link” wristwatch that works like the Sony Ericsson bluetooth one – It vibrates when you receive a call, let you check the Caller Id, Call History and alert you of incoming text messages and calls. Other features include World Time, Stop watch, Alarm and a battery indicator. The watch uses a Mono PM-OLED display, is 3ATM and needs 2.5 hours to charge. related links Prada Phone by LG
Jewelry Store + Rolex = Customized Rolex = Old News, but Jewelry Store + Flash Website + Rolex = Customized Rolex = Interesting. Bamford & Sons allows you to customize a Rolex Submariner like you would customize a car. related links Bamford Watch Dept
Sector has embedded a Compass Torch on the side of one of their watches. The torch is to be used for transmitting morse code. Currently the watch is a Japan-only release and is priced at USD 620. related links Sector No Limit (Via Gizmodo)
Fashion Label, XLarge recently collaborated with Takashi Murakami on a wristwatch repurposed from Citizen. The packaging related links XLarge x Takashi Murakami
Luxury watchmaker Hublot, a recent member of the Louis Vuitton All Stars, has teamed up with Zai to create a limited edition ski called the Hublot All Black. Only 111 sets have been produced and they will be available exclusively through Hublot and Zai outlets. related links (via Born Rich)
Platinum (link) Offbeat watches and clock spotted at Spring, a design gallery in NY. Target (link) Grandfather Clock (link) related links Spring!
The New Nooka Zon. SRP $650. related links Nooka
Designer Rolf Sachs’s limited edition watch for Fortis called the Momento. related links Fortis (via Dezeen) Rolf Sachs
Time telling products have always leveraged their production process as part of their storytelling in order to add an emotional value. Maria and Piotr from Gogo borrow this age old meme with a fresh approach – they made multiple clocks in a single length of raw pinewood with the intention of involving the customer in the process by making them hack their item from the log thus creating their personal touch and hopefully, some emotion attachment to the item.