Home Watch Types Quartz The ZIIRO Celeste Watch Teaches You Color Mixing

The ZIIRO Celeste Watch Teaches You Color Mixing

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ZIIIRO Celeste ( gunmetal / mono ) from ZIIIRO on Vimeo.

If there’s one thing missing from modern watches it’s color. The 70s and 80s brought us things like Doxa’s orange and Breitling’s baby blue but no one, lately, has strayed from the old leathers and grey chromes of modern fashion watcher. Thankfully, the ZIIRO Celeste adds a bit of the old mix-a-lot to some staid steel quartzes.

These watches use two overlapping disks to either mix two shades of gray or two shades of blue/green. These watches are called “mystery dials” and they were fairly common a few decades ago. However, with the improvements in translucent plastic and metal casing, these are a far cry from the watches worn by proto-sci-fi writers on the town in 1960s Connecticut.

You can pre-order the watch for $205 and receive for shipment on November 18.

Product Page via engadget

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