A watch this slick ought to turn even the lamest Joe’s into a walking conversation starter. The problem with flamboyant watches is that they must walk the fine line between creativity, and buffoonery. To no one’s surprise, most tip towards the latter. The Eone Bradley, however, is an anomaly.
A paradox if you will.
The watch is undeniably eccentric, but dressy enough to be worn to a business conference. It’s minimalistic, but will draw attention like a magnet. Though the Eone Bradley implements the timeless styles of a traditional watch, it puts its own refreshing spin on it. It’s exquisite like a rare porcelain doll, but’ll hold its own if you toss it in a blender (not that you should). These bad boys were made to last. As a matter of fact, the watch name pays homage to Bradley Snyder, an ex-naval officer who was blinded in 2011. Despite his lack of sight, Bradley Snyder won gold and silver medals at the 2012 London Paralympics. With Snyder in mind, the Bradley was specially designed to accommodate the visually impaired. The ball bearings allow you not only to see the time, but also to feel it. Because of its magnetic properties, the ball bearings spring back to place if the Eone Bradley is shaken, giving its user a gentle indication of the time.
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