Own Edition Bankers Watch Collection

Bankers watch collection from Own Edition actually was born in Summer 2011 to reward the best employees from the management of one of the largest banks in the world. Due to many great feedbacks, Own Edition decided to develop and improve their watch design by combining classic style with technological modernity.

For this new collection, Own Edition presents a line of Banker Watches that consist of Bankers B1 Classic, Bankers TB2 Modern and Bankers TB1 Ultimate.

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Own Edition Bankers Watch

Bankers B1 Classic
Classical Bankers watches are the first in line. This model has only one arrow, which serves to display hours and minutes. This feature of B1 Classic coincides with the famous single-needle chronometer of Florentine Duke Cosimo I de ‘Medici, one of the founders of the banking business in Europe in the XVI century. The dial is designed as a safe combination lock.

Own Edition Bankers Watch


Bankers TB2 Modern
This Bankers model symbolizes banking business in the current era without borders. In the center of the dial which has the valve in the base in the form of a bank vault with the elements of the code lock there is a green gemstone of triangular cut with the point upwards, symbolizing the constant growth of the stock index, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Elements of the dial are located on different levels, adding the visual depth and volume to the watch.

Own Edition Bankers Watch

Bankers TB1 Ultimate
The most technically advanced Bankers watches. The dial is designed as a bank vault door with the safe combination lock elements. The valve rotates clockwise, turning 360 degrees for 1 minute. The pins lock and open the store six times a minute. Elements of the dial are located on different levels, adding the visual depth and volume to the watch. In the center of the valve there is a gemstone. This model has a nice heavy-weight and represents the stability of the Swiss banks.

Own Edition Bankers Watch

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Ledmax Led Curing Light by Hakan Gürsu

LedMax LED Curing Light design features appealing aesthetics with exceptional performance. The ergonomic body is compact and the handle is comfortable to grip, it’s one of thinnest curing devices available in the market. There are 2 detachable stands that offer the user easy to use device. There are 2 different models: cordless and corded version, this flexibility allows LeMax to be charged on its charging stand and can be placed on outer stand when in use. Dentists use this device for polymerization of light cure resin based composites, the light intensity of LedMax can be adjusted and timer can be controlled, pretty powerful equipment with low power consumption.

Designer : Hakan Gürsu

Ledmax Led Curing Light by Hakan Gürsu

Ledmax Led Curing Light by Hakan Gürsu

Ledmax Led Curing Light by Hakan Gürsu

Ledmax Led Curing Light by Hakan Gürsu

Tuvie has received “Ledmax Led Curing Light” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.




Unique Photographic Experience with “Object” by George Watson

George Watson has designed his new gizmo which he has named as ‘Object’. He says that it’s a photographic experience, as the main inspiration for designing the product was to relate the digital data with the physical object and create meaningful links between them. He has won the vetch telecommunication award for this innovative product wherein once the images are taken using the camera, the exchange converts them into the domestic item by tagging the artifact through a small rfid chip in the device. The device is surely helpful and comes handy when instructing or introducing products to the ones who can’t identify the same.

object photographic experience

object photographic experience

object photographic experience


Designer : George Watson






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