Fueled by his new inspiration, Waldman drew up designs for pieces such as the Zirc, which uses twelve dots to represent the hours and a horizontal row that counts the minutes, as well as the Zot, which has twelve dots that represent both hours and months along with features such as a chronograph for timing poker games. Nooka—meaning “sleek” in Hawaiian—was born after Waldman took these designs to the company lawyer and had them approved for a patent.
Nooka now has world exposure and can comfortably stand alone in timepiece branding. With added features such as leather strap detailing, hundreds of color washes as well as gold, silver and black metal options, Nooka watches are perfect for anyone with a tight schedule—and an affinity for artistry.
Save 20% off Nooka watches this Saturday Dec 6 at DDC LAB in New York City (427 West 14th Street, 212.414.5801) or Base in Miami (939 Lincoln Road, 305.531.4982).
For more information, see www.nooka.com.