We’ve built Eone on our core conviction that design should be inclusive, bringing more people in instead of shutting them out.
The truth is that “good design” considers the best form and function for some people, but excludes many people on the basis of ability — and people with disabilities are often left out. We want to change that.
We tackled this issue with our signature product, the Bradley timepiece: a sleek, modern watch you can both touch and see to tell time.
Analog hands have been swapped out for two ball-bearings, seamlessly indicating minutes on the watch face and hours along the side. Even if one of the ball bearings moves out of place when touched, the magnets will move the ball bearings to the correct time with a gentle shake of the wrist.
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