What Watch | ITSLIQUID

What Watch

Fashion | July 24, 2017 |

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

What Watch

 

Composed of a diverse international cast of designers and entrepreneurs, the brand WHAT? was launched in Brooklyn in 2015. WHAT? Watch is focused on rethinking traditional timekeeping. Its aim is to create products that are distinctive and interesting. Providing both great value for the money and truly meaningful emotional benefits, these watches combine digital and analog, technology and style, in distinctive and original ways. From Tokyo to Helsinki, Zurich to New York, the global design perspective serves to reshape the way how WHAT? Watch wearers perceive and interact with time.

 

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

 

Creators of connected timepieces WHAT? Watch, announces the purchase availability of its Calendar Watch, which combines a classic watch design with a user’s digital calendar. Following its successful Kickstarter launch, Calendar Watch is available in three finishes: Aqua Blue, Polar White, Verdant Green. Calendar Watch organizes your daily agenda with its singular digital function and classic watch design.

 

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

 

The Calendar Watch combines a singular digital function with the timeless analogue design. By syncing the watch with a smartphone, users are able to seamlessly display a full day’s schedule on the watch face. In-line with WHAT? Watch’s minimalist aesthetic, the Calendar Watch is free of buttons or dials. The sleek display combines analog and digital technology for a seamless user experience. With its minimalistic Scandinavian design and Swiss engineering the Calendar Watch is a truly unique timepiece.

 

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

 

Calendar Watch syncs with a user’s existing digital calendar via a free companion mobile app on Android and iOS. The watch converts the standard, linear schedule into blocks of time on the watch interface, like pieces of a pie chart. Events are displayed as darkened blocks of time on the watch’s e-paper display.

 

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

 

Crafted with premium materials, Calendar Watch features sapphire glass and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which lasts for nearly six weeks before needing charged. Because the watch syncs with smartphones via bluetooth, the watch’s hands will always be synced to the precise time, adjusting to time zones as necessary. Additionally, the watch is armed with a vibration sensor, allowing users to toggle its second hand and bluetooth off for power-saving mode, and alternate calendar display modes with a simple finger tap against its face.

 

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

 

“We set out to design a fashionably simplistic watch that combines the desired features of a smartwatch with the simple user experience of an analog display,” said Igor Basargin, WHAT? Watch CEO and cofounder. “Adding a digital component to an already aesthetically pleasing watch is better perceived and looks more natural to the human eye. The gadget world is cluttered as is, and our hope is that Calendar Watch will make life easier for our users by giving them peace of mind, more control and increased productivity.” 

 

Use the discount code ITSLIQUID to have 15% discount on your What Watch.

 

more. whatwatch.com

 

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

 

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

 

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

 

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

 

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

 

What Watch

Image courtesy of What Watch

Are you an artist, architect, designer? Would you like to be featured on ITSLIQUID platform? Send an e-mail to info@itsliquid.com or fill the form below

RELATED POSTS


LastSwab

Design | October 17, 2019

Every year, trillions of single-use plastic products are consumed and thrown away - often to end up in the ocean or in the belly of animals. Now, three Danish product designers want to revolutionize how we view products by making traditional single-use products reusable. And according to the entrepreneurial Danes, something as seemingly insignificant as cotton swabs will be the tip of the spear for opening people's ears. Read more


Sejong M-Bridge by Morphosis

Architecture | October 16, 2019

In 2003, the government of South Korea announced ambitious plans to move the capital out of Seoul, in an effort to encourage more balanced development and political influence across the country. Seoul was eventually retained as the national capital but many governmental departments and ministries were moved to Sejong City, a new planned metropolitan center designated as a special administrative zone. Read more


Bonsai

Fashion | October 5, 2019

Bonsai is an Italian entity that stems from the need to create a concept that identify the philosophy of the brand, focused in a minimal style, seeking to realise a product in which simplicity and research for details are in perfect harmony. It is due to the essential and the neat designs inspired by everyday life, which the cool and unconventional identity of Bonsai takes shape. Read more


Ebanisteria Meccanica

Design | October 3, 2019

Albert Einstein said that everything should be made as simple as possible, but no more simplistic. Without disturbing one of the greatest physicists and philosophers of history, this sentence is perfect to convey the mission which the creations of "Ebanisteria Meccanica" come to life, a unique reality in the panorama of style and the made in Italy craftsmanship, where objects takes shape with a new and original design. Read more


Sign up for our Newsletter.

Enter your email to receive our latest updates!