A friend of mine created this watch for both blind and sighted users. I think it's really good looking, and also thought it was quite Happy Mutant-ish.
The "hands" are trapped ball bearings, held in place by magnets. You can push them out of place and they'll roll freely, but will quickly snap back into place. Old-style touch-watches for the blind usually require directly touching the hands, which tends to move them out of alignment. (Kind of like the observer problem in quantum mechanics...)
I also like that it's a great example of "universal design" -- something that would be wearable and useful for everyone, not just one group of people.
They're running a Kickstarter campaign, and now that they've blown far past their goals I can finally feel like I can post this here without it looking like I'm trying to get their campaign funded.
(Note: the first-half of the main video on the page is mostly a long story about the watch's namesake... The watch content starts at about 3:40)