Phosphor are the masters at making watches that tell time in unique and strange ways. This one, however, may just take the crystal-studded cake. The company’s new Reveal series of watches uses actual Swarovski crystals to tell time. Now, these fetching crystals are no stranger to tech devices, but they certainly never play an active role in the mechanics of said devices. Until now, that is.
How does it work? The company is standing behind their use of “proprietary Micro-Magnetic Mechanical Digital technology.” We aren’t entirely sure what that means, but more power to ’em! All we know is the crystals are successfully rotated, thus forming a sort of rudimentary crystal-based version of E-ink.
There are six models available, in a variety of colors. Four of these are intended for women and the remaining two are for men. They start at $199.