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A very cool watch design, Peter Fletcher has done it again with his latest concept: Exoskeleton watch.

A very cool watch design, Peter Fletcher has done it again with his latest concept: Exoskeleton watch.

specifically fitted to each wearer based on X-rays of the fractured bone & a 3D scan of its surrounding limb is wearable w a longsleeve shirt over the lightweight, ventilated nylon cast. It's also shower-friendly, unlike bulky plaster casts, definitely a cool gadget

specifically fitted to each wearer based on X-rays of the fractured bone & a 3D scan of its surrounding limb is wearable w a longsleeve shirt over the lightweight, ventilated nylon cast. It's also shower-friendly, unlike bulky plaster casts, definitely a cool gadget

We're all about stuff that uses old school tubes in its design, which is why we fell in love when we found the Nixie Watch from Cathode Corner ($400). It uses two nixie tubes — neon display tubes once used in calculators — to display the hours, minutes, and seconds in order through the flicking of the wrist. Plus, it is easily serviceable since the top comes off, and it is even possible modify the watch's programming through the downloadable source code.

We're all about stuff that uses old school tubes in its design, which is why we fell in love when we found the Nixie Watch from Cathode Corner ($400). It uses two nixie tubes — neon display tubes once used in calculators — to display the hours, minutes, and seconds in order through the flicking of the wrist. Plus, it is easily serviceable since the top comes off, and it is even possible modify the watch's programming through the downloadable source code.

The Kisai Maru wooden watch from Tokyoflash Japan, as featured by UFUNK! #coolwatches #woodenwatches #uniquewatches #watchdesign #tokyoflash #kisai

The Kisai Maru wooden watch from Tokyoflash Japan, as featured by UFUNK! #coolwatches #woodenwatches #uniquewatches #watchdesign #tokyoflash #kisai

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