You Set This Analogue Watch With Swipes, Not Dials

By Andrew Liszewski on at

If you needed any further proof that buttons, dials, and knobs are slowly being completely replaced by touch-sensitive alternatives, Rado's new HyperChrome Touch Dual Timer watch is Exhibit A. Its old-school analogue display looks traditional enough, but finger gestures have replaced dials when it comes to setting the time.

Swiping up and down along the left side of the watch's face increases or decreases the current time by an hour, while swiping your finger up and down on the right side adjusts the minutes. Long holds take the watch in and out of its 'set' mode, and allows both the larger and smaller clock faces to be set differently for different time zones. It works as easy as it sounds, and here's to hoping the watch's pricing is as painless when it's revealed. [Rado via Uncrate]