mathieu lehanneur: take time!
‘take time’ by mathieu lehanneur image © véronique huygue
french designer mathieu lehanneur has conceived ‘take time!’ – a re-interpretation of the pocket watch design to accommodate the contemporary setting. developed for lexon, the quartz analog timepiece is made from silicone rubber and is available in a variety of colors. featuring a strap that loops at one end, it allows the user to thread the watch through to secure it to bags, belts or wrists. the design is informed by the adage from the classic book tin tin – ‘between the pocket watch and the pendulum of professor cuthbert calculus’ – infusing a quirky element into the piece.
the silicone strap allows one to attach the product to bags and belts as well as wrists image © véronique huygue
the watch can attach to a bicycle frame image © véronique huygue
the watch hanging from a belt image © véronique huygue
the design comes in a variety of colours image © véronique huygue
the product packaging image © véronique huygue
material: aBS/silicon rubber colours: black, white, gris, navy blue, orange, khaki, yellow, green, pink, brown power supply: 1 x Sr626SW battery (included) size: Ø 1.18” gross weight: 0.38 oz lens: PMMA movement: miyota 2035 water resistant: 3 ATM
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