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elementary philosophy is the basic idea behind our one hand UNO watch
with its astonishingly simple approach to time-keeping: the UNO makes
do with just one hand – the hour hand. This moves just like the hour
hand of any normal watch with several hands – in other words, every 12
hours it completes one full rotation.
The simplified dial
means that the one hand watch provides an approximate idea of the
current time at a glance (e.g. shortly before three o'clock). If a more
precise indication of the time is required, the five-minute gradations
on the UNO allow you to work out the exact time, accurate to more or
less one minute, by judging the position of the hand in between two of
the five-minute lines. The great strength of the UNO, however, lies in
everyday time-keeping and the fact that the time of day is shown "at a
glance" by an analogue and graphic representation of the day.
2000 | Exhibit at the "Museum für Angewandte Kunst", Frankfurt
1998 | Nominee for the "Bundespreis Produktdesign"
1996 | Mono watch magazine Japan, "Watch of the Year 1996", 3. place
1996 | Award "Roter Punkt für hohe Designqualität"
1996 | iF - product design award
1995 | Exhibit at the "Museum of Architecture and Design", Chicago
1995 | Good Design Award, Chicago
1994 | Design Plus Award