Watches have upped their funk and sheen with everything time laid in their way but the want for a watch that actually comes with a touch-infused design has always been a raging cry. Especially for those with vision impairment. With the latest line of watches from Eone Bradley, this cry has been answered. With raised lines for the hours and minutes available in a choice of titanium, aluminium or even steel as materials, wearers can estimate the hours on the dial. Two ball bearings, one residing inside the dial and one on the outer side of the case act as the hour and the minute hand so that wearers can touch the timepiece to get an idea of the time.
From every angle, The Eone Bradley looks every bit minimal and classy while making itself impossible to resemble anything else. The Bradley collection is available now on the company’s online store, starting at a price of 152 for The Brandley Titanium case with fabric strap. The watch comes with a 40 mm case that is 11.5 mm thick and boasts a semi-water resistance rating.
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The line of watches from Eone was a high profile project from Kickstarter in the year 2013 and back then it even raised more than half a million dollars. The company has always been in the news dye to activities such as its donation of sales proceeds to The Seeing Eye. It operates on the module of open design patent and bringing in a fresher lease of life to the well-guarded art of making timepieces.