How do you tell the time on a watch with no hands? In a modern interpretation of traditional design, the stylish new 'Needle Free' range of wristwatches from the Korean company VALOOK features a blank dial and replaces hour and minute hands with two LEDs.
With the LED closer to the center of the dial representing the hour and the one nearer to the edge indicating minutes, telling the time with this elegant design is surprisingly intuitive - try it for yourself using the image above. As an added convenience, the 'bright LEDs also let you easily see the time in the dark.
The 'Needle Free' range boasts a number of other unique features. Its lithium-ion battery is not only rechargeable via a USB cable but also lasts longer than single-use batteries. And gently pressing the touch-sensitive dial brings up an eye-catching display of blinking LEDs.
Available with plastic, leather, and fabric bands and in a wide variety of plain, patterned and jeweled designs, 'Needle Free' is also a stylish fashion accessory that will co-ordinate with just about any outfit you can imagine. And as it is water resistant, you can even match 'Needle Free' with your beachwear!
Moreover, you can inscribe images or logos on the face of the watch too!
The 'Needle Free' range created quite an impression at the recent Seoul Sourcing & Gift Expo 2013 and the Hong Kong Gift & Premium Fair as well as at a launch event at Incheon International Airport in April. Look out for VALOOK's stylish update on the traditional wristwatch coming to a market near you soon!
Find more details on 'Needle Free' here: http://valook.kr
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