Nadir watch by Damian Barton

March 4th, 2014 by retail design blog

Telling the time has become rather complicated of late. Gone are the days of the Flik-Flak, or the Pop Swatch. Now it’s all upside down numbers and wrist sized sundials. But let’s embrace the future for the moment, as we’ll no longer look to the outside of our dials but to the inside if Nadir has anything to do with it. A clean, easy to read design, the smallest hand is the hour, followed by the minute hand and finally the longest hand marking out the seconds. Stainless steel, with either a leather or silicone band, an affordable option if you’re feeling a bit alternative.






http://www.selectism.com/2014/02/27/the-stainless-steel-nadir-watch-with-a-centered-dial/

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