nspired by the artificial horizon instruments in the cockpit of an aircraft, the Equilibrium Watch has an aesthetic all its own. It’s quite simple to read once the wearer understands the simple sense of it all: that being the tiny circle in the center to show the seconds, the next largest circle with the smallest red dot showing minutes, and the largest showing hours.
Offers a ‘sense of perspective to an ever-shifting horizon’ and is an ideal analogue watch for those looking for something a little different that’s not predominantly LED based. Unlike a number of watches we’ve featured in the past, the Equilibrium, whilst offering a novel take on time telling, should not require a degree in code-busting in order to read it (unlike this particular watch) on account of two red dots standing to represent the hour and minutes. Equilibrium wrist watch comes with a black electroplated case with either a stainless steel or a black leather wrist band and retails for $80.