Nooka watch by Matthew Waldman, a New York-based artist and designer.

February 1, 2007 by davidallen | 3 Comments
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Watches are the key style icons at the moment, they come in many different styles, sizes and cost, and it appears that the most expensive watches are clearly the very best.

Nooka Watch

Yet there is a growing trend recently in watches that do not appear to tell the time, or rather I should say not easily tell the time, this is true about the Nooka Zot Classic Watch, this is a normal looking watch from a distance, but close up you will not see the classic clock face or digital readout as we got to know so well, the Nooka Zot only has a series of holes and a slot, so how is it possible to tell the time with a watch that does not have any of the traditional features? Well there are a series of twelve dots which represent the twelve hours and a slot or bar that indicates the where about in the day the time is i.e. halfway would be midday and so on, it is not the sort watch that you would want to be wearing if you were in a hurry or five minutes late or something similar.

I suppose that the people who would be wearing a watch like this would not be the type of person who is chasing the clock all day long. Although the watches do come with an alarm and chronograph, for those of you who are a messy work, you will be pleased to know that the is easy to keep clean, you just have to wipe it with your T Shirt!

Surprisingly the these watches are not as expensive as you would be thinking, when you consider that this is a designer product from New York, the one illustrated is the Zot V2 and will cost around $250.

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3 Comments so far

  1. irland iskandar on December 26, 2007 5:00 am

    love it !!! i wear nooka product right now

  2. Watches on March 7, 2008 8:38 pm

    I just had a nerdgasmI MUST HAVE IT!! MY PRECIOUS!!!

  3. Rolex on March 28, 2008 1:46 am

    I’m a avid watch collector and would love this watch for my collection. Where can I buy it?

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