Everything Except the Hands Move On This Dizzying Watch

Typically it's a watch's hour and minute hands that make the journey around the face every day. But on Mykonos Design's innovative Visus watch, they're both parked at the quarter after mark—except that's not how you read it. The numbers indicating the hours, minutes, and seconds are instead constantly spinning, forcing you to adjust how you read the time.

You need to read from right to left with this timepiece if you hope to ever be on time again. For example, the black model on the left is indicating sometime around 2:22, while the white option shows closer to 2:34. Both are available for just $50, so if you're never actually able to master reading them, it's not like you've dropped tens of thousands on a Rolex. [AHAlife via The Awesomer]


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