Equilibrium Wrist Watch & Sculpture

Equilibrium Wrist Watch & Sculpture

It's an ever changing kinetic mobile for your wrist. I designed this watch originally inspired by the artificial horizon instruments on aircraft. But it's constantly changing shapes make it a very graphic, kinetic piece of sculpture for your wrist that's fascinating an the watch's fine white lines provide a sense of perspective to an ever-shifting horizon. The hour and minute hands each feature a round red index which rotates across the black and white dial. The shift of time alters and aligns the dial's symmetry with each passing hour. The Equilibrium watch with black electroplated case features a second hand and is available with either a soft black leather band or a black stainless steel mesh band. Unisex sized case measures 33mm (1 1/3 ").

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