YUXdesign Introduces A High Performance Brake Disc Watch

Live on Kickstarter, YUXdesign debuts a stunning racing style wrist watch design.

New York, United States - November 12, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

The Brake Disc Watch, an all new brake disc watch from YUXdesign, is live on global crowdfunding platform Kickstarter and raising funds to bring the project to life.

Inspired by a passion for the car culture, the Brake Disc Watch from YUXdesign is a high performance car brake caliper-style watch that is both stylish and functional. Corresponding to the name of this design, the idea of the design originates from the brake system often found in the world’s greatest supercars. The high performance of a brake system on these cars represents energy and accuracy, a look and feel captured in this timeless piece.

“Our main job is to assist our clients with industrial visual design and prototype development. In this decade, we have gained a wealth of experience from 3D design to physical prototyping. We are a passionate and creative team, also we all have a passion for the car culture. So this time we brought our own watch design,” says founder Axel Yu on the inspiration behind the project. “Vibrant colors of the brake caliper and the brushed texture disks expose a cool metallic texture. We wanted to make sure everyone who wears this watch appear as if it were personalized just for them.”

The watch is made of stainless steel and aluminum. After precise CNC digital processing technology and special surface treatment, the watch displays a solid metal visual depth and unmistakable automobile industrial aesthetics. Paired with a high-quality leather watchband, YUX design has seamlessly melded together modern industrial technology with an elegant retro style; making the YUXdesign Brake Disc Watch like nothing else on the market.

Featuring a wide variety of color options for those either looking to stand out or showcase a more understated look; the YUXdesign Brake Disc Watch is available in 3 different dial colors and t6 brake caliper colors. There are also 2 leather straps to choose from - black and brown.

“Nowadays, People can see the time from many places, such as from your phone, in your car and public places, etc. It seems that the watches are becoming more decorative than functional on your wrist,” adds Yu. “So we focused on the shape, material and color design of the watch. We designed this watch to be different from most traditional watch styles.”

The YUXdesign Brake Disc Watch is live and available to support on Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/brakediscwatch/high-performance-brake-disc-stylish-watch-yuxdesign-llc

About YUXdesign

YUXdesign is a 3D industrial visual design studio, Founded in 2009. Our mission is to assist our clients with industrial visual design and prototype development. With advanced design philosophy and brand-new 3D styling technology, just focus on your ideas, we make them come true. To realize your ideas faster than ever before. In this decade, we have gained a massive experience from 3D design to physical prototyping. We are a passionate and creative team. Also, we all have a passion for automobile cultures.

For more information on YUXdesign please visit www.yuxdesign.cc

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