Bell & Ross’s aircraft radar-inspired timepiece will make you look like an international Bond villain!





Ever seen a watch that’s fascinating yet unsettling at the same time?

The Red Radar Ceramic from Bell & Ross looks absolutely stunning with its aircraft control radar-inspired dial. Designed in a sinister black-and-red color-way, the watch features a dial with multiple concentric circles and a sweeping seconds hand to make it look like the radar’s in the process of scanning. To tell the time, the dial comes with two airplanes that indicate the hours and minutes respectively as they rotate around in circles. It’s a treat to watch time go by, and I’m sure the next time you’re passing through an airport, the TSA’s going to really think you’re a cool cat!

As its name suggests, the Red Radar Ceramic comes with a 42mm wide ceramic body. The watch itself runs on Bell & Ross’ own BR-CAL.302 automatic movement, and is housed in a casing that’s water-resistant up to 100 meters. To top things off, the watch obviously comes with a sapphire crystal glass on top, but for added appeal, the glass is tinted red too, giving the watch its crimson radar-inspired design.

The watch is a part of a limited release, with just 999 units up for sale. If you fancy yourself a slick Bond villain-type and you’ve got $4,300 to spare, you could probably get your hands on a piece.

Designer: Bell & Ross

This golf watch’s Mobius ring ceramic dial is a statement in understated luxury

Golf watches are plentiful in the market, and there needs to be a design evolution somewhere for people who value form over all other things. It is a watch with luxury at its core while maintaining the primary function – i.e., the most accurate GPS experience. Unfortunately, some manufacturers use stainless steel casing for gold watches and don’t inform about its one caveat. The material is not a favorable conductor of GPS signals which can lead to slightly inaccurate reading.

The VC-T7 golf watch by OFFOF co considers that fact with its ceramic dial. The material is lighter on this watch than stainless steel and results in the “accuracy and precision” of the GPS tracking. Minimal design is at the fore, as the industrial designers Hyunjin Park and Seohee Lee have not used the physical button like the pusher and only limited the timepiece to a single crown. This is done to prevent any accidental touches, especially with golfing sessions. The touchscreen dial of the watch takes up that function, as golfers can take pride in the watch’s clean aesthetics. The bezel of VC-T7 takes the form of a Mobius ring – thus symbolizing the pure essence of energy, movement, and unison. The two surfaces meet and cross at two points – as they intertwine in an elegant play of design. Since this is a voice caddy golf watch, it automatically calculates the slope compensated distance to the front, center, and back of the green – thus making the gameplay a bit easier for you.

Since golf is an outdoor sport, sweating is an eventual consequence. The timepiece also gets sporty fabric straps (easily detachable) in sea green and grey color options and the color matching matte black rubberized strap. This makes it easier to take the strap off and wash it easily when required. The designers emphasize the exclusive luxury design of the VC-T7 watch, and I also like the panache honed by the minimalism of the timepiece.

Designer: OFFOF co

Vintage-inspired product designs with modern functionality to take you on a trip down memory lane!

If there’s one thing that I simply cannot resist – it’s anything vintage! I love product designs that evoke a deep sense of nostalgia within us and take us right back to the golden days! As innovative and futuristic products are today, sometimes you just feel like escaping from all the modernism and immersing yourself in the simplicity of the past. To help you experience this, we’ve curated a collection of vintage-inspired products that promise to take you on a trip down memory lane. Though these products are wonderfully vintage-esque, they have been imbibed with modern functionality. Their aesthetics may be from their past, but their utility is embedded in the future. Who says you can’t live in the past AND the future?!

At the very center of the NIXOID NEXT is its crown jewel, the watch face with rare VFD (Vacuum Fluorescent Display) tubes that emit a warm orange glow as the numbers light up to tell you the time. These tubes were discovered sitting in a warehouse untouched since the days of the USSR (an Easter egg that makes it to the video above too), making the watch practically a historic limited-edition collectible. The numbers are encased in air-tight glass tubes with a vacuum inside them and come with blue lights fitted on the base that gives it an incredible visual contrast. The NIXOID NEXT is also the world’s first dual-core watch, with one core dedicated to keeping the watch running, and another core for powering the watch’s built-in accelerometer.

Harkening back to the halcyon days of pre-war motoring when transportation was equal parts speed, style, and skill, the Golden Age captures this sentiment in a modern incarnation. The Golden Age is best described as a modified version of the BMW C400X, with its spiritual ancestor being the classic 1930 Henderson Model KJ Streamline. With a curvaceous design that’s highly reminiscent of the automobiles from a century ago, the Golden Age is just a vintage-inspired treat to look at… complete with chrome trims to punctuate the curved black volumes, a classic circular headlight, and a plush leather throne for the rider to sit on.

Inspired by the powerhouse marque, Sajdin Osmancevic designed a luxury coffeemaker in the style of the Bugatti Type 35, with a finished look fit for the post-race winner’s circle. In order to get the coffee machine going, users simply flip open the golden emblem at the top of the arch-shaped, gridded radiator, to insert their preferred coffee capsule and wait for hot coffee to pour from the Bugatti logo. Moving to the coffee machine’s bulbous backside, reminiscent of the Bugatti Type 35’s spherical and triangular rear wing, users will find the coffee machine’s rear switch dial, a scaled replica of Type 35’s petrol tank where either a single or double shot of espresso can be chosen for brewing.

The Retro Heated Coaster was designed to resemble a groovy household item you’d expect to see in a home during the early 60s, but its heating function brings it up to date and allows you to enjoy your cup of coffee or tea for as long as you’d like. Designed to appear as a record player, The Retro Heated Coaster dons art-deco tones of pristine pink, scarlet red, emerald green, and parlor blue, and the coaster’s knobs and display screens are reminiscent of a turntable’s cartridge or tonearm. The imitative cartridge on the coaster works as a dial for the product’s timing feature which aids in operating an electrical heater similar to that of an electric tea kettle.

Commemorating the golden era of two-wheel motorsports from the yesteryears, Italian custom moto builder GDesign has put together a nostalgic take on the adrenaline arousing era’s racers of board track racing. Called the Elettracker, the all-electric bike evokes a century ago period – so much has changed since then, hasn’t it? The bike infuses an element of modern to the retro aesthetics in the form of a pack of electric batteries shaped like the air-cooled V-Twin engines symbolic of the track racing of that time. The custom build doesn’t end there as the racer gets a nostalgic number plate, a tank sandwiched between the bike frame’s dual top tubes, and a braced tractor-like seating embellished in brown leather. 

The Retio brings the antique 90’s essence of eye-catchy Nixie tubes and the golden appeal of radio listening for people who value retro things in their modern form. Handcrafted in San Francisco Bay Area with profound attention to detail, the radio clock is crafted from American black walnut. It’s embellished with 360 brass dials and corner trims to give it that cool steampunk appeal. The IN-12 Nixie tubes used in each one of these units are sourced from genuine vintage stock collected in the 90s. That single bit makes the Retio unique in its own rights. For audiophiles who appreciate sublime quality, Retio is the one to have in your living room or bedroom. That’s because it comes with support for AUX and Bluetooth connectivity with a Hi-Fi speaker module that is pure bliss for the ears.

If a vintage typewriter is gold, then LEGO vintage typewriter has to be an even better proposition. The icing on the cake is when your LEGO typewriter actually types, it’s just like the real thing. Another successfully backed LEGO Ideas project, this idea instantly evokes a sense of nostalgia and urges to own one. Designed by LEGO fanatic Steve Guinness, the LEGO set is called 21327 Typewriter – styled to bring back the memories of 50s typewriters. It doesn’t surprise that the LEGO typewriter is actually inspired by the original typewriter used by LEGO Group founder Ole Kirk Kristiansen. 

Here’s a camera that arguably does for the social-media generation what the Polaroid did for the generations before us. Inspired by Super 8, the Fragment 8 is a handheld camera that lets you record almost as if you were using Instagram filters. The camera mimics recording using 8mm film, giving your videos a uniquely vintage touch and features rotating, interchangeable lenses that add a variety of dreamy filters and bokeh to your videos. In a world that’s increasingly looking at new ways to capture the world around them, the Fragment 8 provides a retro-inspired way to record your life in a unique way… because the Fragment 8 captures images, videos… and even GIFs!

DIY Perks begins work on the system’s American walnut wood case. Using a Japanese saw blade, DIY Perks carves angled edges on the walnut wood to create a cubic frame. Before situating and locking the PS5 into place within the wood frame, DIY Perks etches holes for the USB cables to reach their port located inside the wooden frame, on the PS5 system itself. Leaning on the holes he previously carved into the carbon fiber base plate to mount it onto the wooden frame, both pieces easily merge with one another. Understated and sophisticated, the new case from DIY Perks doesn’t demand your attention like the original shiny metallic case, but the rustic elegance of the walnut wood blended with the durability of carbon fiber definitely keeps it.

To bring back nostalgic memories of the golden times where arcade games were all the rage, Casio has joined forces with Bandai Namco to create a timepiece that’s got a lot of history associated with it. In fact, Casio has revived the memories of their own classic watch from 1978 which was worn by Ellen Ripley and other characters in the movie Alien, back then. Yes, I’m talking about the F-100 digital watch that’s now got a Pak-Man influence in a big way thanks to this collaboration! It’s like a match made in heaven where two classics fuse to bring a modern-day timepiece to life in a playful design inspired by the world of arcade gaming.

Casio’s vintage Pac-Man edition watch is just quirky enough to be a great memorabilia!





Who can forget the sound of the Pack-Man chomping down on the pellets (or cookies) while avoiding the colored ghosts? Hours would feel like minutes playing the title in the good ol’ childhood days. Even to date, the arcade game is legendary in terms of how it influenced our lives and shaped the era of the gaming industry as a whole. To bring back nostalgic memories of the golden times where arcade games were all the rage, Casio has joined forces with Bandai Namco to create a timepiece that’s got a lot of history associated with it. In fact, Casio has revived the memories of their own classic watch from 1978 which was worn by Ellen Ripley and other characters in the movie Alien, back then. Yes, I’m talking about the F-100 digital watch that’s now got a Pak-Man influence in a big way thanks to this collaboration!

It’s like a match made in heaven where two classics fuse to bring a modern-day timepiece to life in a playful design inspired by the world of arcade gaming. I bet you nerds are going to drool all over the Casio A100WEPC Pac-Man edition watch with the golden dial emulating the game cabinet and the Illuminator text (right below the old school time display) resembling the Pac-Man’s pixelated font! The same theme follows down to the classic matte black stainless steel strap which has the Pack-Man’s in-game motifs etched on it. One can’t help but notice the ghosts chasing the Pack-Man and vice-versa when the hero gobbles down the fruits to turn them blue for a feast. Not surprisingly, the case back follows suit with the classic in-game screen etched into the stainless steel covering.

This special edition Casio watch comes with an equally iconic packaging with all the game logos, characters and gameplay perfectly emulated on all sides. Thus far, there is no word on the availability of the Casio A100WEPC Pac-Man edition watch, but the product page does mention the pricing to be 12,100 Japanese Yen (approximately $113). Nonetheless, watch collectors who are big-time Pack-Man fans will want to add this to their collection ultimately when it arrives!

Designer: Casio

 





Bellroy’s leather Apple Watch straps give your smartwatch a classy, old-school touch

Isn’t it funny that Apple sells its own leather case for the iPhone, a product that has literally no history with leather, and leather holders for the AirTag, a relatively cutting-edge device that isn’t really connected to leather… but the Apple Watch doesn’t have leather straps. Wristwatches and leather straps have been an unavoidable match for centuries, but it seems like something Apple just glossed over. If that fact somehow bugged you too like it’s bugging me, Bellroy’s got a clever solution. The smartwatch straps from Bellroy come with a durable elastomer base for comfort and to prevent slipping, but are then finished off with a wonderfully eye-catching eco-tanned leather top.

Bellroy Leather Strap for Apple Watch

The leather-elastomer blend gives the watch the best of both worlds. The leather brings back the watch’s most trusted strap material, giving the watch an authentically classic appeal, while the elastomer base on the strap prevents it from slipping on your wrist. Since the Apple Watch’s main hardware is fairly heavier than most regular watches, it succumbs to the effects of gravity, which is why having a rubbery base to the strap helps. A texture on the underside also promotes breathability, so the strap never makes your skin feel sweaty.

Bellroy Leather Strap for Apple Watch

The premium leather on top, however, comes with an eco-friendly veggie-tan and patinas over time, becoming uniquely imperfect as the leather ages… a phenomenon that contrasts beautifully to the Apple Watch, which always looks cutting-edge. It’s a contrast that feels weirdly comforting, if you ask me. It gives the technology a facet that feels much more human, one of aging… while still remaining classically timeless, because leather and wristwatches are truly an inseparable pair!

Bellroy’s Apple Smartwatch Straps come in 5 colors – Black, Basalt, Cobalt, Racing Green, and Toffee, and ship worldwide with a 3-year warranty.

Designer: Bellroy

Bellroy Leather Strap for Apple Watch

Bellroy Leather Strap for Apple Watch

Bellroy Leather Strap for Apple Watch

Bellroy Leather Strap for Apple Watch

Bellroy Leather Strap for Apple Watch

Bellroy Leather Strap for Apple Watch

With its Bugatti-inspired design, the ETTORE watch puts a supercar on your wrist




Designed in tribute to their namesake, Ettore Bugatti, the ETTORE series of watches from indie watchmaker ATOWAK are all about capturing the thrill and adrenaline of Bugatti’s rich design and automotive history. The watch sports a high-octane aesthetic with its speedometer-inspired dial and that hard-to-miss 4-arm wandering hour complication within.

The ETTORE watches are absolutely rich with visual metaphors that celebrate Bugatti as a luxury car company with the reputation of being a speed-devil. The watch’s unusual horseshoe-shape is a hat-tip to Bugatti’s iconic logo, while also referencing the curves found in a racetrack. The dial and markings are inspired by the speedometer, while the crown of the watch sits at the 9 o’clock position, adding to the watch’s unique appeal. In fact, uniqueness is built right into ATOWAK’s DNA – the word ATOWAK is a Caesar cipher of the word UNIQUE, i.e., each letter moved 6-places up the alphabet!

Designer: ATOWAK

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The ETTORE collection comes in two similar yet distinct versions. The ETTORE Drift sports an incredibly gorgeous wandering hour complication. Using a time-telling technique often seen in most luxury watch brands (notably Urwerk), the Drift has a cross-shaped hour hand with 12 rotating hour indicators that work in synchronicity, telling the time in a cutting-edge yet artistic way. On the inside, the watch is powered by a mechanism designed in-house to operate its four-armed hour hand, and built upon the MIYOTA 9015.

Ettore Drift in Silver Black

Ettore Lite in Dark Green

The second in the series, the ETTORE Lite, sticks to its supercar roots, but with a simplified inner. It forgoes the wandering arm, opting instead for a classic time display with a similar racecar aesthetic and a speedometer-driven time-telling experience. The Drift and Lite both come with meticulously polished 316L Stainless Steel bodies, capped with sapphire-crystal glass. The internal dial uses aviation-grade aluminum, and the watch’s front comes with Swiss luminous pigment coatings that make it glow in low-light settings, while the back sports an exhibition window that lets you see the watch’s rotor and mechanism in action!

“At ATOWAK, our focus is to always push the boundaries of style and provide our community with watches that are totally unique,” said ATOWAK CEO, Johnny. “We found our inspiration for ETTORE in the world of supercars and racing. The bold lines and sensation of speed found in the fastest cars informed the subtle curves of our watch and its intriguing method of indicating the time subverts the concept of traditional mechanical watches.”

Each watch is meticulously assembled (that unique shape and wandering hand don’t come without their fair share of complexities) and engraved with a unique serial number. The watches are designed to be water-resistant to 100-165 feet, and come with interchangeable Italian-leather watch straps, inspired by car seat-cushions. The ETTORE Drift and Lite are limited to 500 units for each of their color options, and come backed by a two-year international warranty.

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This Stealth Fighter jet-inspired watch comes with a magnificent flying tourbillon




Designed to inspire awe both inside and out, Astronic’s watches pay tribute to the F-117 Nighthawk and the Apache-64, two of the most renowned stealth aircrafts of all time. Astronic’s Nighthawk timepiece even boasts of a hypnotic flying tourbillon located at the 6 o’clock position, and an adrenaline-pumping design that’s dominated by bold edges and chiseled surfaces.

Designer: Kristopher Chiu

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Astronic’s watches and fighter jets don’t have too much in common, except for probably two key aspects – A. they’re incredibly complicated and immensely engineered, and B. they defy gravity. The watch’s flying tourbillon is a testament to the watch’s gravity-defying abilities, as the tourbillon was first designed by Abraham-Louis Breguet more than 200 years ago to help combat the negative effects of gravity on a pocket watch’s incredibly precise moving parts. Over the years, the tourbillon has achieved an elevated, ornamental status, and is shown off as the crown jewel on the world’s most expensive watches. The Astronic Nighthawk come with what’s called a flying tourbillon – where the complicated rotating mechanism floats in place, looking like it’s flying.

The company’s watches come in two ‘fleets’, the Nighthawk and the Apache. Both watches boast of an incredibly chiseled body crafted from military-grade 316L stainless steel, a screw-down bezel with visible screws, a damage-resistant sapphire crystal glass on the top, coupled with an anti-fingerprint coating, and the choice between premium leather and stainless steel straps.

The Nighthawk comes with a 270-degree power-reserve sub-dial at the 12 o’clock position sitting within the silhouette of the iconic F-117 Nighthawk plane, while right underneath it lies the watch’s alluring custom in-house 3D co-axial flying tourbillon. The dial comes with a multi-layered 3D design that gives it depth and gravitas, and the watch boasts a water-resistance of 100 meters, and a power reserve of 42-hours.

The Apache highlights its stealth-helicopter inspiration with its stunning skeletal watch design. Paying homage to the greatest helicopter known to mankind, the Apache-64, the wristwatch’s see-through skeletal design has a raw, brutish quality to it, while the centrally aligned hands resemble the helicopter’s propellers. The watch matches the Nighthawk with 100m of water resistance and upgrades the power reserve up to an impressive 80 hours. Even though it doesn’t sport the flying tourbillon like the nighthawk, it comes with an internal automatic movement, which winds itself as you move naturally throughout the day, working (at least in theory) forever!

Astronic’s timepieces are backed by 20 years of experience in the Swiss watchmaking industry. Each watch is assembled to sheer perfection, with incredibly complex tourbillons made from as many as 76 different parts, some weighing less than a grain of sand. Both the Nighthawk and Apache come in a variety of color variants to help them either stand out or blend in, including a rather unique-looking wave pattern finish that’s reminiscent of Damascus steel. The leather straps give the watch a classic-yet-edgy appearance, although they’re no match for the stainless steel bracelets that complement the watch’s stealthy steel aesthetic perfectly. Each watch even comes with its own cleaning cloth to keep it spotless, and a 2-year warranty on the timepiece.

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Facetime on your Apple Watch? Wristcam’s new live video-messaging feature brings us one step closer

There are just two trivial things that Apple refuses to do – 1. Put a calculator app on the iPad, and 2. Put a camera on the Apple Watch. The Wristcam hopes to fix one of those things.

Apple has evolved the Watch into a miniature smartphone with even the ability to make calls from it. On the other hand, Apple’s expanded how Facetime works, allowing practically any device to join a Facetime call using a browser link. However, for some absurd reason, those two advancements are mutually exclusive. Today, Wristcam announced its live video-messaging feature within its app, allowing you to experience possibly the closest thing to being able to Facetime from a smartwatch.

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The Wristcam made its debut last year as the only smart camera-band to receive the “Made for Apple Watch” designation. The band, which is compatible with any Apple Watch, comes with not one, but TWO cameras powered by Sony sensors, capable of shooting 4K and 1080p respectively. The front-mounted 8MP camera can shoot images in 4K resolution while recording videos in Full HD. The selfie camera, on the other hand, can be used for clicking selfies, sending video-clips, or even participating in live video messaging, thanks to a new update to the Wristcam’s app. Wristcam’s “live or later” video walkie-talkie experience lets you video chat in real-time with friends and family right from your Apple Watch. Videos get stored in Wristcam’s app and you can even access/edit/upload them through your iPhone.

The Wristcam comes with its own 8GB of storage and a battery good enough for an entire day, according to the company. It’s built to be IP68 water-resistant, which means you can wear it in the pool or at the beach too; and for an absolutely hands-free experience, Wristcam supports Siri shortcuts, letting you snap pics and shoot videos, without ever lifting a finger. For privacy purposes, it even has a built-in LED that lights up when the camera is operational – a single flash indicates picture mode and continuous flashing means the camera is in video mode.

Designer: Wristcam

The Wristcam’s design lets you interchange bands too, and overall weighs a mere 22 grams, so you can wear it all day without noticing the difference… aside from the fact that you’ve now got instant-access cameras on your wrist!

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This nifty multitool watch-strap turns any smartwatch into the ultimate EDC toolkit

Leatherman EDC Watch Strap Adapter for Apple Smartwatch

Your Apple Watch can measure your heart rate and count steps… but can it tighten a bolt or open a screw? Not that it’s something a smartwatch needs to do, but this handy bracelet + attachment turns your watch-strap into an EDC utility belt with 29 different tools!

The magic lies in two parts – the existing Leatherman Tread Bracelet, which packs 29 high-strength stainless-steel multitools in a portable, travel-friendly band that sits along your wrist… and the adapter, which turns the bracelet into a strap that attaches to your Apple Watch (or any other smartwatch). The bracelet’s individual links hold as many as 3 tools per module, from flathead screwdrivers to Phillips head screwdrivers, a wide range of hex-drivers, and even an oxygen tank wrench. Made in Portland, Oregon, the Leatherman Tread Bracelet brilliantly turns EDC into something absolutely new, allowing you to wear it along your wrist as almost a fashion accessory… and the bracelet’s designed to last too, with a whopping 25-year warranty. That’s a lot more than your Apple Watch.

Adapter-modules allow the bracelet to attach to either side of your Apple Watch as straps. The adapters are available in both smaller and larger lug-sizes for the Apple Watch, and come with 2 pairs of spring bars to secure the adapters in place, and a nifty spring bar removal tool just in case you want to upgrade to a newer model of the Apple Watch but still hold onto that incredibly useful and visually hardcore Leatherman multitool bracelet! If you don’t own a Leatherman Tread bracelet, you can pick one up here.

Designer: BestTechTools

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Leatherman EDC Watch Strap Adapter for Apple Smartwatch

Leatherman EDC Watch Strap Adapter for Apple Smartwatch

Leatherman EDC Watch Strap Adapter for Apple Smartwatch

Leatherman EDC Watch Strap Adapter for Apple Smartwatch

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This Apple Watch dock comes with a massive magnifying-glass, turning the watch screen into a time-telling crystal orb





The Apple Watch might just be the world’s tiniest bedside clock. That screen was designed to tell the time from a maximum of 2 feet away, so keeping it on your bedside table at night just really makes little sense when you need to lift it up and hold it against your face to read the time (a problem that gets compounded when you have poor eyesight as I do). It isn’t a really complicated problem, which is what makes the NightWatch dock so great, because it employs a really simple solution. The NightWatch is an Apple Watch dock that comes with a massive curved glass element on the front that magnifies its screen. Dock your watch behind the massive lens and it makes your watch-screen larger, enhancing its visibility manifold. Designed to turn your charging smartwatch into a much more efficient bedside clock, the NightWatch does more than just increase visibility… it enhances your watch’s audio too, amplifying it to make your alarm much more audible.

The NightWatch is a pretty simple accessory that enhances your Apple Watch’s abilities. It doesn’t come with its own charger, but will let you hook your watch’s charger into it. Once assembled, you can easily slide your Apple Watch into its unique design, and that calibrated glass lens on the front enlarges the screen like a magnifying glass would, making numbers much more visible when your watch is in Nightstand mode. It comes with a patented system that even lets you tap the glass surface to ‘wake’ up your Apple Watch’s display, so you can read the time clearly… and when your watch’s alarm begins ringing, special acoustic channels designed in the NightWatch dock’s base help amplify your watch’s audio, making that alarm much louder. The NightWatch, unfortunately, doesn’t have a snooze button, so you’ll need to pull the smartwatch out of its dock to stop or snooze your alarm!

Designer: NightWatch