Posted: 19 May 2011 06:31 AM PDT
Some people prefer to learn the time on a vintage grandfather clock that resonates through a tile corridor. Others like the chime of their rare tabletop Philippe Patek. Then, of course, there's the old standby of the wall clock. No matter what our time-telling preference, we do not expect to exact significant effort to see that it's 4:20. These designed watches, however, make complications on a true watch-o-philes's wrist seem. They certainly reveal a preference among designers to eschew the relationship between form and function. They are about as easy to read as a 19th century marine chronometer. Beauty has its place in clocks, but who wants to read an instruction manual or watch a Youtube video about how to read a clock?
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