(Pic) A Watch With A Twist

(Pic) A Watch With A Twist

A watch's dial has been innovatively designed for easy reading of the time.

Naresh Kumar
  • 6 october 2010

With the new Off-Axis Watch, you no longer have to bend at the elbow to read the time. That’s because its dial features a viewing axis which has been rotated clockwise by 30 degrees to make it convenient to read the time. The Off-Axis Watch has been designed by Eric Janssen and is made from high grade stainless steel with a water resistance of up to 50 meters. It retails at $175 at the Areaware store.

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