By Andrew Liszewski
So it turns out that swapping the location of the buttons and the LCD display on a digital watch, just like O.D.M. (Original, Dynamic and Minimalist) has done with their Reverse Double Digital design, radically improves its functionality. Placing the programming and mode buttons on top, where there’s considerably more real estate, allows them to be larger and easier to press. And the angled time display, which has been moved to the top and bottom of the case’s sides, are easier to read from any angle without having to turn your wrist as much.
The RDD watches also feature a matte plastic finish, making them water-resistant, and are available in your choice of black, red, green or white for $120 from Watchismo.