Originally hailing from Vancouver, Keith Law and Felix Kelson Lam started Phantoms watches to bring futuristic concepts to life before they happen. They make unrealistic design a reality through meticulous engineering not unfamiliar to traditional luxury watches while the face reflects a maximal yet refined forward-thinking aesthetic. The new watch is not shy when it comes to displaying its impressive flying tourbillon which self-spins in its cage to visualize each passing second. Alongside it, the upper disc features the hours of the day and the luminating hand points to every exact moment. The choice to feature each measurement of time with expert precision aligns itself with the choice design of the watch body which shaped like a “time coffin” — a reminder that time which has passed, has passed forever. Finished with anti-glare sapphire glass and 21 real jewels for ultimate reduced friction, the “Trinity Force” series has been finalized in design however is still currently in prototype mode. The watch which will be limited to 100 in its release and start shipping in December. Check out its kickstarter page here and take a look at the photos above for a closer look at the Apocalypse, Storm and Trinity colorways.