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The minimalist face of The Bradley Compass in Iris features raised hour markers brushed with a hint of color. The Iris markers exhibit subtle hues of violet and crimson. Crafted from a blend of stainless steel and aluminum, the case body of The Bradley Compass boasts a lighter shade than its classic counterpart. The stainless steel mesh strap with an adjustable clasp provides a sophisticated and supple finishing touch.
Originally developed for blind people, The Bradley contains a magnet that rotates two ball bearings around the watch face allowing users to tell the time without needing to look — the front ball indicates minutes, while the rear ball shows the hour.
The Bradley timepiece features a triangular marker for twelve, and elongated markers for three, six and nine in order to increase tactile legibility. The ball bearing on the inside of the markers indicates the minute, and the ball bearing running along the outer edge of the watchface indicates the hour.