1. SEIKO SPECTRUM ELECTRONIC INK WATCH.
This watch features a microcapsule-type Electrophoresis display module, offering a thin flexible design that could bend around your wrist.
2. TRANSFORMERS WATCH.
Awesome watch magically transforms into a free standing robot.
3. F1 CARBON WATCH.
Designed by John Pszeniczny, this cool watch is inspired by F1 racing and constructed of carbon fiber, Swarovski crystal, rubber and metal.
Leaves is a concept watch inspired by women’s fashion. Look closely and you’ll see the shape of two leaves, hence the name. One leaf indicates hour while the other – minutes. Other than that, there’s nothing revolutionary about the concept but it seems to be a nice balance between fashion and tech gadgetry which is actually rare in women’s accessories. Kudos Andy Kurovets. Designer: Andy Kurovets
5. ALESSI LASER SHOT WATCH.
Futuristic laser light watch, supposedly, the Laser Shot watch won’t burn your hand as it pew pew pews the time on your wrist using a laser beam. Lets hope it does’t burn a permanent tatoo on your arm.
6. GUCCI LED WATCH.
Gucci’s watches always give you elegant experience. This concept design comes with a sliding cover revealing a glass LED display.
7. REAL CRYSTAL LED WATCH.
Inspired by Swarovsky Signity watches, this timepiece by designer Ilya Yakovlev features a surface made from real crystals backlit by LEDs.
8. MK2 CIRCUIT LED WATCH.
The Storm MK 2 Circuit Mirror watch is ultra futuristic and breathtakingly enigmatic. It is complemented by an unusual LED time display with hours on the left and minutes on the right.
9. PHILIPPE STARCK, O-RING WATCH.
The name of the watch derives from an extremely likable feature – from a transparent circular ring in the middle of the dial. Besides, the Fossil O-Ring wristwatch for men comes in a box that shares the same round see-through window theme.
10. VACHERON CONSTANTIN.
Very special crafted swiis designed watch. Vacheron Constantin, has created a wristwatch that it says is impossible to counterfeit. The watch is called the Quai de l’Ile. The Vacheron Constantin Quai de l’Ile has a transparent caseback. The Quai de l’Ile can be customized in up to 400 combinations and will sell for between $29,000 and $60,000, depending on which features are chosen. While the starting price for Vacheron Constantin watches is about $12,000, the company recently took an order from a European entrepreneur for a $6.5 million custom watch, says Julien Tornare, president of Vacheron Constantin U.S.