This watch is shaped like a planet. Or maybe a small moon. Wait, that’s no moon. It’s the Death Star. You can tell by that trench. Alright, it was named after the recently discovered dwarf planet. The Pierre Junod Eris watch tells time using a pair of rotating hands that float through the equator of the globe.
The orange top pointer shows the minutes, while the hours are shown on the white lower pointer. Each timepiece is made from a dramatic anthracite anodized aluminum case with a curved mineral glass crystal to protect the hands. A battery-powered Swiss movement keeps the time. But how do you wear a small planet?