The Tritime, Timenine & Timegrid Watches by Albert Salamon

When we talk about “time app” or smartwatch, a good watch design is one such possession that can make its wearer stand out in the crowd.

We have earlier featured about Bones Watch by Antoine Pasdeloup, you should check that design also.

The latest in the unique timepieces has been rolled out by Albert Salamon. The Tritime, Timenine & Timegrid Watches design by Albert Salamon is one of it kind.

The designer transform the basic face of the device into the time-telling puzzle of your choice. There is no ticking hands, no big numbers…

Tritime – uses twelve color triangles to represent hours and twelve smaller triangles to represent 5 minute sections.

Timenine – hours are shown in big color numbers while minutes are displayed in 6 groups of 9 dots, each dot representing a single minute — after 10 minutes the group transforms into a single square — after 30 minutes a long rectangle is formed.

Timegrid – surprisingly fast, simple time reading is made possible by graphing hours in a rectangle that grows as time goes by — minutes are shown in the middle of the board grid

Designer: Albert Salamon

 

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