Thursday, February 17, 2011

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Hublot La Cle Du Temps Watch

The movement of the timepiece industry has us trying to stay on time with Hublot’s new version of its classic La Clef Du Temps watch called the “La Cle Du Temps.” Taken from the French meaning “the key of life,” the La Cle is as scientific as it is mechanical with intricate movements that allow you to alter time either fast or slow. The watch allows you to tell time on the upper right of the dial, while the rest if the watch acts as power reverse indicator. This style is crafted in a sleek black and neon color format giving it a futuristic feel. Look for this watch to be released in March as part of Hublot’s “Confrerie” exclusive watch collection.

Rolls-Royce Apparition

This new concept car for Rolls-Royce is truly designed for High Rollers. The driver is left alone to drive its passengers inside.
“Design student Jeremy Westerlund has pulled this Apparition concept car out of somewhere extra special, and it manages to meld the past, present, and future of Rolls-Royce into one ridiculously slick package.”


The QLOCKTWO, created by the German design firm Biegert & Funk, spells out time in five minute increments. Four dots in the corners let you know precisely which minute it is. The clock retails in Europe for about $1,600.