A modern classic from Nixon Watches,
the Nixon Murf is a disc dial like no other. One disc for minutes, the
other for hours -- both line up like a turntable to tell the time.
Cool features include top case crown, dial illumination from lamp and
secret message seen only from one specific angle...
Ahead of its time, the early seventies LIP Watches
still look as modern today as they did back in 1973. Especially this
new chocolate brown LIP Mach 2000. Created by famed French industrial
designer Roger Tallon, the Mach 2000 collection all feature spheres for
master of approximate timing comes from an unlikely source, Germany!
Like you, we thought Germans only make things precise with precision but
not the Qlocktwo. This watch is like nothing else, time is told in
words with approximation -- y'know, the way we all describe time in
The Barcelona 666
"Megabyte" series is what is commonly called a "mystery dial". Two
dots rotate the outer circle revealing the hours and minutes. One hand
is distinguished by the other with one solid and one outlined
01 The One
always produces original watches and this is no exception. Simplicity
is always attractive if done right and this 'Spinning Wheel' disc watch
is definitely done right. And this watch is a major bargain at just $79
bucks, that's 60% off.
You want square, we've got square -- this impressive timepiece from Ingersoll Watches
is a giant cube of steel and functionality. Featuring an automatic
mechanical movement with triple date and dual time zone might appear to
be a time-traveling homing device.