If you dare to stray from the norm, make a bold statement with our favorite show-stopping futuristic watches.
When you first lay eyes on the Qlocktwo W, its face may look like it’s made up of a random assortment of letters. However, once you tap the display button, you’ll see that the watch comes to life to spell out the time in five minute intervals. The minimalistic design paired with this unique feature make it a groundbreaking timepiece unlike any other.
Parmigiani Bugatti Type 370
The movement found in the Parmigiani Bugatti Type 370 is made of pieces assembled on a transverse axis, and is the first of its kind. Described as “a car reborn in watch form,” the groundbreaking Type 370 has no crown and requires the wearer to set the time with a tool that replaces the crown function. With many “firsts” in the industry, the Bugatti 370 timepiece is certainly ahead of its time.
Devon Tread 1F
The new Devon Time Belt watches offer cutting-edge innovation in both form and function. The movement, which is made up of interwoven time belts that display the hours, minutes and seconds in a way completely unique to the industry. The Tread 1F model features stunning yellow details that can’t be missed.
Hamilton ODC X-03
There’s nothing more futuristic than a timepiece celebrating travel beyond earth and Hamilton’s ODC X-03 does just that. Designed by Nathan Crowley, the movie Interstellar’s production designer, laser engraving and 3D printing among other advanced techniques were used to build the each of the watch’s three dials.
Which futuristic watch is your favorite?