Botta Uno 24 Watch

It's not the first watch we've seen to offer 24-hour time, and it's not the first we've seen to try and illustrate day and night. But the Botta Uno 24 Watch is the first we've seen to do both so elegantly. It starts with a scale that shows the time from 0-24 hours, starting at the bottom of the face. Directly above it is the date window, and a slim line that shows the transition from one day to the next. While starting the day at the bottom might make little sense, it turns out that it allows the watch to roughly approximate the position of the sun in the sky, giving you an at-a-glance look not only at the time, but also how close the day is to becoming night.

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