If you thought Goldilocks was a bear to deal with, then check out House of Horology, whose team of
brothel researchers watchmakers nervily demanded a timepiece that was "fashionable without being over-designed, sturdy without being clunky, and beautifully crafted without an insane price tag" (buying a watch shouldn't make you poor...idge). Their solution: The Bedlam, a square-cased, leather-strapped, photoluminescent chronograph with four distinct dials and a date indicator. You can order yours with a light or dark grey stainless steel case, and choose from eight color options for the numerals/strap stitching, but to ensure they're totally unique each one's individually numbered, hopefully stopping anyone from thinking what's yours is theirs.
Published: September 18, 2012 at 4:00am EDT
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