One Very Confused Watch – Ora Unica
Designed by Dennis Guidone for Nava Design, the watch face consists of nothing but squiggly lines that seem randomly drawn by a four-year old. But, alas, it isn’t. Instead, the two ends of the squiggle actually function as traditional analog hands, with the inner end pointing to the hour and the outer end pointing to the minute, respectively.
The Ora Unica sports a minimalist dial that’s uncharacteristic of the kind of watches that make time-telling a puzzle, making for a timepiece that’s a lot more wearable for people who don’t like busy watch faces that look like mini-computers carrying out a complicated operation. In fact, without the squiggle in the middle, the entire watch will be just one all-black accessory strapped across your wrist. Oh yeah, it’s also not digital, with a Miyota 2039 movement handling the time-telling duties.
Available in either 36mm or 42mm stainless steel watch cases, it features a mineral glass cover, leather strap, and a buckle closure. It’s also waterproof, with a 3ATM rating.