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40mm Reveal Watch
40mm Reveal Watch with Time in the Present!
With the 40mm Reveal Watch, time is always in the present. This timekeeper reveals the current time through a looking glass while fading the past and the future. If you are a person of the present, this watch is made specifically for you. Originally introduced in 2001, The Reveal Watch has never been duplicated. Built with a black IP Case (a process that makes for a hardened black coating to prevent peeling or chipping), The 40mm Reveal Watch is available with either a smooth black leather band or a smooth black silicone band.
Simple and beautiful, the 40mm Reveal Watch has three discs. The first or outer disc shows the hour. With each passing moment the correct time “fades” into view while the older time fades out of view. The center or middle disc displays the minutes in increments of “5” while the center or smallest disc has a small dot indicating the seconds.
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This classic minimalist watch becomes even more contemporary in a bigger, bolder size that compliment’s the design’s unique subtlety. The new 40mm Reveal Watch is available two ways. Both made of stainless steel now you can choose between a black IP plating on stainless steel or a silver color brushed stainless steel.
Reveal celebrates its 13th year with the creation of a newer and larger size. While copied, Reveal has never been duplicated… until now. Available in a 40mm diameter (1.57”), this oversized Reveal is not just a man’s watch, but is for anyone who prefers a larger and bolder timepiece. Choose from a Black or STEEL finish and from several different types of bands. Created in 2001, Reveal is tomorrows classic today!
A unique analog watch that reads in a digital format. A true contemporary of time!
For a more complete view of The 40mm Reveal Watch be certain to scroll down a bit to see the working model. The 33mm size Reveal is also available in a oh, so cool blue as well.
Reveal is 40mm in diameter (1.57″) and 8.85mm high (0.35″)
About Daniel Will-Harris
MoMA called Will-Harris “a computer graphics pioneer,” and his work “truly unique.”