First of all, the quality of this watch is very measured; the combination of the outer cover of drawn metal and the leather belt enhances the sense of preciousness. The circular watch cover is relatively traditional, its proportion to the size of the dial of the watch and the width of the belt is enough to please the eyes, and we can see that it has been fine-tuned slowly over a long time. The biggest feature on the design is that the clock dial rotates in time, but the pointer does not move. On the two-layer rotary dial, the upper dial is "minute" and the lower is "hour." Such a way of reading time is very unique, and seems to take some time to get used to. If this product is evaluated with an inertial way of thinking about design and ease of use of the product, there will probably be many discussions and the necessity will be doubted. However, in terms of the design of a wristwatch, for which it is difficult to easily invent new patterns, we can see innovation in its visual impact. Moreover, the feeling that the time dashes centering on the goal line (printing pointer) is changing our feeling of frustration as constantly keeping track of time. We think that the reason for it to be awarded is the appropriate handling in design, sophistication, and new visual impact.