If you're tired of time in base 12, the Radians Watch will look at your day from a new angle. Check out the hands of an ordinary watch - isn't each one a radius? Shouldn't they sweep around the circle and tell the time in radians? Yes, they should.
It's a watch for architects, mathematicians, engineers - pretty much anybody who knows all the angles.
Accurate Japanese quartz movement and a handsome leather strap.
Face is 33mm in diameter. Splash-proof but not water-proof.
1 year warranty.
This watch comes in a presentation tin.
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