Speedy Tuesday started as a simple photo share on facebook and bacame a social media phenomenon where Omega Speedmaster enthusiasts share the photos using the #SpeedyTuesday hashtag. Now Omega decided to create Speedmaster Speedy Tuesday limited edition watch featuring a white subdials that are set against a black dial and a vintage Omega logo. It's powered by the same calibre 1861 movement as the classic Moonwatch, and arrives with leather watch roll, a vintage-cut brown leather strap, a spare white and black striped NATO strap, and also a strap changing tool.
Inspired by a old TV test card the Mono Lamp is a creation of Hungarian based designer Simon Forgacs. A test card is a TV test signal, filled with geometrical shapes and vivid colours in a set of patterns typically broadcast at times when the transmitter is active but no program is being broadcast. The lamp itself is a 30 cm-diameter illuminated plastic globe available in either color or greyscale versions mounted on aluminium and wood base.
Do you like classic watches but can't afford one? Well, we can't help you with that, but you can admire the beautiful design of some iconic timepieces tanks to the Nine37 studio. They created amazing collection of illustrated posters featuring some of the all time favourites like Rolex Sumariner, Omega Speedmaster...
The Edifice EQB-600 Smartphone Link with 3-D Globe Dial connects to your smartphone via bluetooth, but it's not a smart watch. It uses the smartphone as a master control for the time reference. The watch uses the solar power and when fully charged, without any sun exposure, has a battery life of approx seven months.
Too lazy to take your camera out to take a snap? Just put on a pair of these and film a ten second clip with one press of a button. The Snapchat Spectacles will send the clip to your phone and upload it to the cloud. They ship with the carry case that when fully charged can recharge the spectacles up to four times.