Time: how does it work? Well, the physicists are still trying to figure that out
. And while they're tinkering with bosons and quarks and dark matter, the designers at Ziiiro
are working on an equally important task: how to represent
time, preferably in wrist-compatible form. Now they've got two new attempts, dubbed "Aurora" and "Orbit," that show time as a mix of colors or as a pair of circling orbs, respectively. They have about the same learning curve as earlier Ziiiro watches
, and the company's website helpfully walks you through how to read them – "It's no rocket science at all!" If the designs are too minimalist for you, you can always treat yourself to Harry Winston's Opus Eleven
. Otherwise, these will ship in late May and set you back €129 (about $184).