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Wrist (1) fan-made concept renders showcase the sort of offbeat product that Carl Pei's Nothing clearly should embrace

The wrist (1) unofficial concept render seems like the sort of thing that Carl Pei's Nothing company would come up with. (Image source: Gian Luigi Singh - edited)
The wrist (1) unofficial concept render seems like the sort of thing that Carl Pei's Nothing company would come up with. (Image source: Gian Luigi Singh - edited)
Some quirky concept renders of a wrist (1) smartwatch have been produced by a talented designer that could pique the interest of Nothing’s Carl Pei. The device is inspired by the design language of the Nothing ear (1) and includes features such as a waterproof display, Wear OS software, and a transparent case.

It doesn’t seem unreasonable to think that the next product to roll out from the design studio at Nothing might be a smartwatch. Designer Gian Luigi Singh has come up with a group of concept renders for such a device, which he has unsurprisingly named wrist (1), following on from Nothing calling its earphones ear (1). While the smartwatch certainly looks striking from some angles, its thickness will likely divide opinion.

Singh has decided that his version of a Nothing wrist (1) watch will have IPX4 water resistance, so it would be protected from splashes of rain. In addition, this device comes with Wear OS, which would be handy for a user to sync Google apps from a smartphone, and it apparently features typical health-related functions you would expect to find on a modern smartwatch, such as a heart-rate tracker. This concept device comes in a single size of 38 mm by 10 mm.

Of course, the wrist (1) would connect without issue with the ear (1), and then there’s the transparent case to marvel at. The designer has given the potential Nothing smartwatch clear sides on the case, so users can see everything that is going on in the inside. It has left the device with very chunky sides, but there are plenty of people who like a watch with some heft, and this wrist (1) has the bonus of its transparency talking point.

Buy a transparent earbud case for Nothing ear (1) on Amazon

wrist (1) concept design by Gian Luigi Singh
wrist (1) concept design by Gian Luigi Singh
wrist (1) concept design by Gian Luigi Singh
wrist (1) concept design by Gian Luigi Singh
wrist (1) concept design by Gian Luigi Singh
wrist (1) concept design by Gian Luigi Singh
wrist (1) concept design by Gian Luigi Singh
wrist (1) concept design by Gian Luigi Singh
wrist (1) concept design by Gian Luigi Singh
wrist (1) concept design by Gian Luigi Singh
wrist (1) concept design by Gian Luigi Singh
 

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Gian Luigi Singh (via Behance & Yanko Design)

All images: Gian Luigi Singh (sourced: Behance & Yanko Design)

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Daniel R Deakin, 2021-10-10 (Update: 2021-10-10)