The New Bradley Edge Watch By Eone Time

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Minimalism has never looked so edgy. Or cool.

Following on the footsteps of the elegant and innovative Bradley Collection, the new Bradley Edge watch expands upon the original timepiece, enhancing the minimalist aesthetic with edgy design. Created by Eone Time, the timepiece maintains the collection’s clever tactile features that allow the user to tell the time by touch. It also adds some refined details to give the popular design a new character. Bradley Edge comes with a matte black ceramic face and raised markers boasting a sleek black finish.

The range’s signature magnetized ball bearings show the passage of time in a creative way. The ball around the center of the face tracks the minute, while the one moving around the outer edge of the watch indicates the hour. Unlike previous watches from the collection, the timepiece features raised, concentric circles which radiate from the center towards the edge of the 40mm stainless steel case. A charcoal canvas strap adds a touch of texture to the sleek design, boasting Italian leather on the other side for more comfort. Buy here.

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