ANICORN Reinvents The Analog Watch

ANICORN Reinvents The Analog Watch

Take a stroll down your local watch shop and you’ll quickly come to a conclusion: most traditional watches are the same. They all tend to feature a 12-hour dial and a number of extraneous other dials which don’t really tend to do anything useful (really, do you need an analog barometer?). Not so with ANICORN.

ANICORN Reinvents The Analog Watch

Unlike most watches, ANICORN uses of a series concentric disks to display the time in an arrangement that somehow seems more logical than a traditional dial. The watch itself is powered by a Miyota automatic movement which keeps the inner minutes and second discs in perfect synchronicity with the outside hours ring. All of is beautifully designed and contained in a stainless steel case which measures 42mm across and is held on your wrist using a black leather strap. If black isn’t your ‘thang then you could also get ANICORN with any of the other six accent colors which they offer, too.

ANICORN Reinvents The Analog Watch

ANICORN Reinvents The Analog Watch
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