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.
It's full speed ahead with this watch, especially at about 5ish when it's home time. Do watch out for icebergs though. The hands are in the shape of the lever and the red indicator of a classic ship's telegraph, and the crystal is convex. This...
This watch features an image showing what is believed to be evidence of the Higgs decaying into other bosons during a collision. The Higgs boson is mostly just theoretical, even after the successful experiments at the Large Hadron Collider, but this watch is 100% real!...
Rather than have the same boring numbers as any other watch, the Prime Time Watch only uses prime numbers to express the time. Naturally, 2, 3, 5, 7, and 11 remain untouched because they are already prime. But for the numbers 4, 6, 8, 9,...
Tell the time in Aramaic, Lao, Chinese, Oriya, Sanskrit, Coptic, Greek, Mayan, Egyptian, Thai, Ethiopic, and Bengali! This timepiece has an accurate Japanese quartz movement and a handsome leather strap. Face is 33mm in diameter. Splash-proof but not water-proof. Comes in a presentation tin.