This Stargazer watch is by some faceless company called Benleydesign. The form is unlike any we've ever seen; if you told me it was designed for metalworkers and meant to protect the face, while the case was meant to get banged up, I'd believe it.
The company says the zinc alloy case is "created through a high-strength one-piece stamping process," which I'd love to see, and plasma-coated to confer scratch resistance. The case back and the band are made of stainless steel. No word on overall weight.
In terms of functionality, you can toggle between the time, date, temperature and an alarm setting. The screen is not always on but activates when you raise your wrist. The company says the battery will last for 30 months, but they don't mention what type of battery it uses. Lastly, in some of the shots the display digits are red, in others, white; we assume this is user-adjustable, but no mention is made in the product copy.
The video gives you a better sense of the object's true form:
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These run $99.
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