April 4, 2011
The Faceless Watch can pass as a sophisticated bracelet when off
There are those watches that use the face as an important means of improving looks with a few studs and more, strewn here and there. The Faceless Watch is from the category that doesn’t find the need of a display, at all. The display becomes part of the stainless steel body, or so it seems to be. When off, the whole watch looks like it’s just a wrist band of some sort. Then when it’s on the red digits illuminate the screen and the time comes to life. To break the bubble, it’s four LCDs that take the place of the display area by disguising themselves.
The rest of the watch is electroplated for a high gloss finish. The watch is no thicker than 3/4th of an inch. $130 is all it asks.