DRIVE Watch

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Gear

Hold on to your fedoras, boys, the DRIVE watch is about to blow you away. It is a concept by London designer Gus Petrikas, co-founder of the 3-D visualization startup Surfake, which specializes in architectural and product visualization as well as concept design. He is also a die hard gearhead, so no wonder his driving watch is such a must have time piece.

Reminiscent of a dial on your dashboard, the watch faces down your arm and has two sliding hands that keep the time in a completely unique but totally familiar way. Comprised of precision machined aluminum with thick leather straps, the watch has a vintage sensibility and allows you keep an eye on the time while keeping your hand on the steering wheel.

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