If you just happened to look at the picture without reading this text (something we’re guilty of doing on occasion as well), this would just look like another sleek watch. The Bradley Timepiece, however, has a pretty cool feature to it: You can read the time without looking at it. By feeling the ball bearings that ride around the titanium body, you can easily tell the time in a movie theater, without being rude and looking at your watch, or in any situation where you’re in the dark. Inspired by Bradley Snyder (a Navy lieutenant who was blinded in Afghanistan), this tactile timepiece is as brilliant as it is helpful. The Bradley is available in a few different colors and is easy to clean. It’s a Kickstarter worth getting behind.
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