Eone Bradley Watch

Aug 14, 2015

Category: Style

A unique watch design can be a truly polarizing product: some people will love it, and some people will hate it. We think the Eone Bradley Watch is one of those types of watches.

This watch is, in our opinion, a beautifully designed timepiece that uses two ball bearings instead of hands to indicated what time it is. One of the ball sits on the watch’s face to reveal the minutes, while another ball slides along the outer edge of the watchface to indicate the hours. It’s water and shock resistant. It’s a minimalist titanium watch that’s available in both silver and black, and has a number of different bands available, including canvas, mesh and leather. It might seem a little over-the-top for some, but we think it’s brilliant. Prices start at $275. [Purchase]

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