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the new decider watch

by Crispin Jones
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  • the story

Time to Choose

You're a decision maker. Every second of the day is filled with choices that will determine your path, from career-defining crossroads to picking a lunch spot. This sleek, contemporary wristwatch reminds you to have some fun in the middle of all this change—and it can even help you out with a tough call! Seeming to float on the black, minimalist watch face is a white circle where a green Yes or a red No appear, alternating every second. Facing a tough dilemma? Pull out the time setting knob, and the flickering decider will stop, giving you a nudge one way or the other. The weight and visual details of the watch, including its unique, pivoting hardware and metal mesh wristband, make this a prized personal accessory. It comes in a handsome presentation box illustrated with artwork specially commissioned from artist Kate Street. Wristband adjusts to fit most sizes. Battery lasts 2-3 years before replacing. Made in China.

  • details
Item ID
21940
Made from
stainless steel
Measurements
Band: 9" L, Face: 1.5" dia.
Notes
Clean occasionally with a soft, dry lint-free cloth. Water resistant 5 ATM - Suitable for showering or swimming in shallow water.
  • the maker

Crispin Jones

Crispin Jones is a London-based designer, whose work is chiefly concerned with exploring the social impact of technology. He graduated from the Royal College of Art in London with a Masters Degree in Computer Related Design in 2000, since then he has worked for a number of companies including Casio Research, Philips Design and IDEO London. He has also worked independently and in partnership (as one half of Robson and Jones) on interactive projects for a high profile clients including Tate Modern, The V and A and The Science Museum.

Alongside the commercial design projects, he has produced more experimental works - these projects have been exhibited internationally. Additionally, he has taught at various international design institutions including The Royal College or Art (UK), Central St Martins (UK), Interaction Design Institute of Ivrea (Italy) and Schooling Pad (Japan). collection

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