WebTime Elite watch tells time with intersecting polygons
TokyoFlash once again brings beautiful and unusual timepieces. The WebTime Elite wristwatch from EleeNo indicates time by intersecting polygons with numbers and markings. However, wristwatches are beautiful but telling time seems bit confusing. To know time you have to determine where that colored line in the triangular top window intersects with the numerals. That gives the hours, and then you do the same with the half circle-shaped window on the bottom to determine the minutes. This is an updated version of their WebTime watch, which tells the time using overlapping polygons. The watch is made out of stainless steel with resin inlays and its hidden butterfly clasp looks cool and gives instructions in English & Japanese, super 2035 movement and 4-year battery life. It comes in blue and orange and it’s yours for about $123.