“Spli-T-ime” is definitely not your every day watch. When do you ever come across a timepiece where you can view the hour hand separate from the minute? American designer Paul Kweton created this amazingly unique time piece from selective-laser-sintered 3D printed material. It’s case is covered in a polished 3D composite of nylon. Each hand shows analog time in digital order and the wrist band is made from rubber silicone for comfort. Get them fast, they’re only available in 23 pieces starting from the end of July.

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