Projects Watches Outside Watch, Through Thick and Thin

January 30, 2015 . by Matt Himmelstein

There are a number of ways to set yourself apart as a brand. You can have a signature, unique style, you can have an iconic model, you can create intricate complication… Projects Watches does things a little differently, partnering with various designers to create visually interesting styles at a mass market price point. One of their latest offerings is the Projects Watches Outside Watch, a quartz watch that distinguishes the hour and minute hand, not by length, but by width



Projects Watches Twirl, Get Your Floating Hands Here

August 11, 2014 . by Matt Himmelstein

Projects Watches is an interesting brand, putting out low cost quartz watches driven not be fashion, but by design aesthetic. We have covered them on our pages before, and recently they reached out to us for a new watch they are debuting, the Projects Watches Twirl. The brand’s tag line for the watch is “a new interpretation of time,” but I see it more as a unique but still readable variation on the standard 2-hander.



A Wristshot from our Projects Watches Nadir Winner

July 9, 2014 . by Patrick Kansa

Last month’s winner of the Projects Watches Nadir was Neal, and it got into his hands yesterday. Today, he’s gone ahead and sent in a picture of it’s first day at the office.



The Projects Watches Nadir Winner Is…

July 1, 2014 . by Patrick Kansa

Yes, yes, I know we just announced a new giveaway today (one that’s apropos for the approaching holiday, of course), but we do need to announce the winner of last month’s contest as well!



3D Topography For Your Watch

April 25, 2014 . by Matt Himmelstein

Projects Watches Terra-Time 1Projects Watches is a small brand that puts out playful and interesting watches with an emphasis on the design of the watch. The brand began by producing architectural elements for homeowners and then branched into timepieces. They pair with various designed, architects and artists to design their watches. The latest offering, with sales starting on May 20, is the Terra Time, a watch inspired by the look of topographic maps.