A watch inspired by revival of the three-piece and a reflection on the changing ways of telling time

Everything old is bound to be new again and the Axcent pocket watch is the latest example of this. A new take on a classic designed by the Swedish collective People People, it brings an iconic piece back to life tailored to the smartphone generation.

People People was built upon making things that fit real human needs and around the ethos that technology doesn’t need to be complicated and flashy. The first watch design was launched on their blog back in 2015 and decided to go forward with it after receiving a wave of positive feedback.

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