I think Peter Parker would approve of this latest concept design from Tokyoflash. Because for its design scheme, the Spider watch uses hexagonal rings that look similar in shape to a cobweb. These web-like patterns are used to tell the time in a concentric pattern.
So how does it work exactly? Well, there are four rings to the web each representing a digit, such as 07:45, and you need to read from the outside-in.
The design also features a clear LCD screen for an effect that lets you see straight through the watch, and that should definitely tingle your Spidey-sense too. But unfortunately, at the moment, the Spyder watch is only a concept watch. But if there is anyone who could pull it off, it’s the guys over at TokyoFlash. And who knows, if we’re lucky, they might just push it out in time for the Spiderman reboot this summer.