The philosophy of EOne is all in the name – it is shortened for EveryOne.  The spokesperson for EOne is an ex naval officer named Brad Snyder who lost his eyesight in an explosion in Afghanistan in 2011.  Hence the model Bradley is named after him.

EOne watches received lot of accolades and awards recently upon completing the Kickstarter project in 2013.  The goal was to raise $40k USD and they ended up raising $600k with 4,400 backers across 65 countries.  EOne also won the prestigious Red Dot design award this year.

EOne is designed to tell time with touch.  This is accomplished with a brilliant idea of two ball bearings – one to indicate hours and the other to indicate minutes.  They are in two separate tracks – hour in outer track and minute in inner track.  Both ball bearings move with an inner magnet.

The Bradley Classic has a minimalistic design with a 40mm light titanium case and powered by a Ronda movement.  There are currently 20 variants of the Bradley watch with a matching cool canvas strap or a Milanese strap.

Currently EOne is producing 100k watches annually and has a prototype out for a ceramic ring on titanium case, which looks amazing!  Ceramic is scheduled to be released in early 2016.