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Nazar Battu

Sale price$195.00 Regular price$244.00

Nazar Battu masks are often placed at the entrances of homes in India to ward off the evil eye. Artist Jag Nagra helps you keep those same negative energies at bay with her new watch.

The circular cut-out reveals the hours as the mask completes two full rotations per day and the scorpion functions as the minute hand, aligning with its home on the tongue once per hour. At 3:00pm, a lightning bolt is revealed to give you an extra jolt of energy right when you need it in your afternoon and at 8:00, a crescent moon is revealed to transition from morning to mid-morning or to begin winding down from evening to night.
Ships in June
Nazar Battu
Nazar Battu Sale price$195.00 Regular price$244.00

Designed in the USA

All watches designed in partnership with artists from around the globe at our creative headquarters in Chicago.

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A Watch You Can Count On

We're so confident you'll love our watches that we offer a one-year guarantee on everything we make.

Durable & Water Resistant

Water Resistant up to 3 ATM/30 Meters. Perfect for carefree everyday use and can take light rain and sweat. Glass case made of hardened mineral crystal for enhanced durability.

Sophisticated Movement

Battery-powered Japanese Miyota Quartz movement.

Jag Nagra

About the Creator

Jag Nagra

Jag Nagra is a queer visual artist who is passionate about community development and ending the stigma against LGBTQ+ people within the South Asian community. She focuses her art practice on concepts that depict a sense of confidence and fearlessness—she unapologetically celebrates darker skin tones and South Asian garments and motifs.

She has collaborated with organizations such as the Vancouver Canucks to make art for their very first Diwali jerseys which gained international attention and has had numerous public artworks on display throughout Metro-Vancouver that honour her heritage. Her artworks have been acquired by the Museum of Vancouver for their permanent collection.

Through art, she has found her voice and a new appreciation for her culture and identity.