What happens when you cross digital technology with micro-magnetics and throw in a whole lotta bling? You get a watch that will catch eyes, turn heads, and start conversations.
The new Reveal from innovative watchmaker, Phosphor, uses their proprietary Micro-Magnetic Mechanical Digital (M3D) technology that drives miniature rotors fitted with Swarovski crystals that revolve to reveal numerical or chronological information. What does that mean? Basically an electric pulse generates an electromagnetic field that changes the position of the crystals on the face of the watch, creating numbers to give you the time.
The Reveal comes with two black matte leather band choices (with or without a crystal-adorned top ring.) The basic “time” mode features a 12-hour display, with the hours positioned above the minutes on the face. The watch face also offers a Seconds Mode and an Off Mode, showing an entire face of crystals with no time display.
And if crystals aren’t your thing, their M3D technology works with any number of materials, like precious metals, woods, paint finishes or ceramics, that can be attached to the rotating segments. So look for the possibility of an endless number of unique watch faces to come.