“On the Right Track”
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“On the Right Track”
Time will tell when you are “On the Right Track!” (2015)“
Designed by Yusuke Taguchi
Inspired by the love of the railroad, “On the Right Track” is a watch that draws its inspiration from railroad tracks. Whether you have been “working on the railroad all the live-long day” or not, this watch makes the perfect time accessory. No railroad cap necessary! The track on a railway or railroad, also known as the permanent way, is the structure consisting of the rails, fasteners, railroad ties (sleepers, British English) and ballast (or slab track), plus the underlying subgrade. For clarity it is often referred to as railway track or railroad track (predominantly in the United States). This is not to be confused with “On the Right Track” Watch (although we really don’t think you will!).
The watch has 5 sets of lines each representing both minute and hour with the middle line directing itself to the time. A contemporary spin on a traditional image designed by Projects newest designer, Yusuke Taguchi.
Available in a brushed brass finish with a brown leather band. It is the perfect unisex size measuring 37mm. Right in between our largest 40mm and smaller 33mm unisex sizes. The watch measures 9 1/2″ from end to end with 6 ½″ to the closest hole and 8 1/2″ inches from the farthest hole.
“On the Right Track” is made of stainless steel and utilizes a high quality Japanese movement.
|Weight (watch only)||
0.10 oz // 2.9 grams
About Yusuke Taguchi
Born in Kagawa, Japan, Yusuke Taguchi graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts in Japan. Taguchi started his career with REPHOUSE designing interior lifestyle products in his capacity as a product designer. Taguchi went onto become team leader for the ETOWA brand before eventually heading to Italy in 2013. After studying at Academia Riaci in Florence, Yusuke Taguchi worked in the design department of Covo s.r.l in Rome before making his way to the studio of Denis Guidone in Milan. “On the Right Track” is Taguchi’s first watch and first design for Projectswatches.Show products