Sure, it has two hands that move around the dial in a circular fashion. But the Xeric Halograph Watch is far from your average analog timepiece. Instead of placing markers around the circle, it uses a series of arc to indicate the hours and minutes, with the hands sporting two indicators a piece for the inner and outer bands. The watch is powered by a PTS S-01 automatic Chinese-made movement visible through openings in the dial and caseback, the face is covered by a domed crystal, and the case measures in at a sizable 46mm. Available in a variety of colors with matching straps.