Unlike any timepiece you’ve ever seen, or felt.
Created to accommodate both sighted and vision impaired users equally, The Bradley doesn’t require sight to tell time. Instead of traditional watch hands, two ball bearings indicate the time — offering you a new, unique way to check time through the touch of your finger.
The Bradley allows you to check time discreetly during meetings, interviews, dates, dinner with in-laws, or in dark movie theaters. If you’re vision impaired, you don’t need to rely on the intrusive talking watches or fragile, inaccurate tactile watches.
Every timepiece is hand-assembled and crafted with the highest standard Swiss Quartz movement, providing long-lasting quality and durability.
Dimensions: 40 mm (diameter) / 11.5 mm (thickness)
Case material: Stainless Steel / Ceramics
Wristband material: Various
Battery: Renata 371 button cell watch battery
Water/shock resistance: Bradley will easily withstand splashes or brief immersion in water, like getting caught in the rain or washing hands. However, it is not sufficiently resistant for water sports, swimming or bathing. Bradley is not intended to be worn during high level activity sports.
What our testers say
Like any new technology, it is a bit tricky to get used to, but once you get the hang of how you read the time on it, it becomes like second nature.
Such an unusual design but looks stunning for any age or gender. You get so many people commenting on it – they are amazed at how it works and what a great idea it is. So many different colours and materials to choose from to suit any personality or outfit.
We couldn’t stop playing with the magnetic ball that tells the time. It’s addictive!
Eone was founded to create fashionable products that are accessible and good for everyone. Pronounced e (like the letter) and one (like the number), our name Eone is short for everyone, reflecting their desire to serve everyone. The Bradley Timepiece is their debut product and we can’t wait to see what they turn their hand to next based on this little beauty.
Indeed, they raised a whopping $600,000 from nearly 4,000 backers from all across the world for the Bradley in one of the biggest kickstarter campaigns the site has ever seen, so they are clearly offering something people love.
The Bradley is named after former naval officer and Paralympic gold medalist Brad Snyder, who became blind while serving as a bomb diffuser in Afghanistan. Eone chose Brad as their spokesperson because of his dedication to breaking down barriers for people who are blind — speaking out against stereotypes and proving that the obstacles of living with a disability come from social inequality and not from disability itself.
And if all that wasn’t good enough, Eone also supports organisations that promote accessibility, independence, and confidence for people with vision impairments. A portion of profit from each purchase of the Bradley goes towards training guide dogs for people across the US and Canada at The Seeing Eye, the oldest guide dog school in the world.