The watch displays time by animating sixty LEDs on a circuit board face about the size of a half-dollar. Though intentionally not a "smart watch", it's got some of the same features like motion and tap detection for wakeup, and light sensing for auto-brightness. Unlike most smart watches though, it sports a low profile and runs for 6-12 months on a single coin-cell battery.
The watch features advanced motion activation. When the watch is turned into a viewing position, it automatically animates the current time.
Time is displayed by animating the LEDs. The hour winds from 12 o'clock around to the current hour, then stops with its tail pinned evenly on the hour (the head extends as the hour progresses). The minute hand animates in place after the hour hand stops so that the hour and minute are distinguishable even when they overlap.
Once soldered, the watch components are permanently bonded to the board and will not break off. For water and abrasion protection, we apply a urethane coating on top of the circuit board and components, and seal the battery compartment using a gasket. The anodized metal case extends above the electrical components to add additional protection.
The watch arrives fully assembled with CR2025 battery installed.
Andrew | Dec. 29, 2016
Nafan | Sept. 7, 2016
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