LThe watch Horizon designed by designer Gordon Fraser looks different from ordinary watches, but it is similar in concept. The designer uses a two-color surface to depict day and night. The surface turns around for 24 hours, and the two colors on the surface are the most natural and obvious AM/PM. Wanting to know what time it is is as simple and intuitive as looking at the sky, and the horizontal line that distinguishes night and day is the origin of the name of this watch.
The most special thing about Horizon is that it should be regarded as the center of rotation. Most of the watches have pointers that revolve around a stationary turntable, but Horizon is just the opposite. The surface is engraved with time scales. Keep rotating, but the pointer stays in place, but it is a pointer, but it is not a pointer that you usually see, but a red line on the frame. If you think of you as a pointer, and the surface is the sky, then wearing Horizon, it seems that the sky is facing you standing still on the ground, constantly rotating. Isn’t this “self-centered” concept quite Do you have the feeling of Tiandong?
The designer combined Swiss watch technology and unique design concepts, using the 515.24 Ronda movement, which can store 45 months of electricity, and mixed the ancient technique of seeing the sky and the modern technology of telling the time by minutes and hours. This design concept combines tradition and innovation, night and day, and highlights the dual beauty of the watch. Since the Horizon does not use hands, the whole watch looks flatter and more stylish. The designer cleverly used the frame and engraved the red line for identifying the time on it, highlighting the characteristics of the large surface. Except for the “horizon” and red “hands” on the surface, the watch itself has no other straight lines. With the radian of the frame, the whole watch looks soft and attractive, softening the sense of oppression brought by the large surface. What’s more, Horizon’s unique design is suitable for both left-handed and right-handed people.
Horizon combines a variety of styles and colors, and has launched four styles: FLAGSHIP, NAVIGATOR, TECHNIK, and BILLET. FLAGSHIP features a unique yellow and gray finish set into a stainless steel case that looks eye-catching; NAVIGATOR is inspired by vintage night vision aircraft instruments, glowing in the dark and featuring a The dark blue and gray surface is used as the substrate, and the black DLC-coated case makes the yellow scale more conspicuous; TECHNIK uses bright blue-green and orange scales to distinguish between night and day, with a multi-time zone dial, Housed in a sandblasted stainless steel case, it is very slide rule style; BILLET uses different shades of gray, and black and red scales to create an elegant gentleman style, and the simple and neat flange adds visual A few bright spots, whether wearing a suit or casual clothes, are versatile.