On top of the watch’s dial sits cubes engraved with roman numerals that slide around, revealing the time underneath. The cubes can be moved out of the way entirely for an unobstructed view of the dial.
The Ritmo Mundo Puzzle watch comes in two versions – a diamond variety, priced between £12,500 and $22,000, and a non-diamond variety, costing $3,500.
Made of Swiss Sellita SW 200 automatic technology, the stainless steel timepiece comes in a 44mm case. Other features include a standard rubber strap and water resistance of 10ATM.
Founded by luxury retailer Ali Soltani in Milan, Italy in 2002, Ritmo Mundo have gained a reputation for high quality watch-making techniques and the durability of their timepieces.