Digiboys, athletes and calculator nerds, look away now. British designer Crispin Jones devotes some of his time to making one-off, limited-edition watches and, while they may not be as expensive as some of the timepieces we feature (Look Ma, no hands!) his quirky designs are, without doubt, highly desirable. His latest offering is the Cyclops, a one-handed watch which, as he puts it, "can be read with a relaxed kind of accuracy that offers a counterpoint to our hectic modern lives."
I think what he's trying to say is that it's a watch for people who don't really like watches. Made of stainless steel and waterproof to 5ATM, or 165 feet (although I wouldn't advise anyone to take it scuba diving) the Cyclops has just one hand with a hoop at the tip that displays the time. Just 100 of the $185 watches have been made, and a third of them have already been snapped up.