BEAMS Gives Citizen Ana-Digi Temp Watch Artistic Update With Handwritten Dial

Replacing the Citizen typeface with BEAMS’ own handstyle.

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BEAMS is back with another take on the Citizen Ana-Digi watch. While it’s past collab elected to take the retro watch into the future with a skeletonized design, this new version shows off BEAMS’ penmanship with a completely handwritten dial design.

Each text placement next to the buttons as well as the dial numerals themself have been changed from Citizen’s standard typeface to a whimsical, handwritten font. Apart from the bespoke text, the ’80s digital watch maintains its signature temperature sensor function, analog/digital “anadigi” display, and chronograph/alarm/calendar displays.

This quartz watch is finished with a BEAMS logo at the caseback and packaging with handwritten designs. Those interested can head over to BEAMS where it retails for ¥27,500 JPY (approximately $260 USD).

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