You might know that the Bradley timepiece is a unique watch you can touch or see to tell time — but the Bradley is more than a watch. Need to keep tabs on the time without being rude? Want to support a good cause? We’ve got a list of 15 ways to use the Bradley. We hope Santa has a Bradley on his list for you

1) A way to unplug from screens. Stay offline and bundled up without distractions.
A person reading a book in bed, resting their hand on the open book while wearing the Bradley Canvas Beige. Books are stacked on the bed nearby.
A person reading a book in bed, resting their hand on the open book while wearing the Bradley Canvas Beige. Books are stacked on the bed nearby.
2) A way to get out of a bad date. Feels like it’s time to go!
A person feeling the time on their Bradley Classic. Their hands are resting on a black metal mesh table.
A person feeling the time on their Bradley Classic. Their hands are resting on a black metal mesh table.
3) A way to promote inclusive design. We’ve redesigned the modern wristwatch so more people can tell time, and in more ways.
A woman walking on a wooden boardwalk with a guide dog. She is holding the leather guide dog harness in her left hand. She is wearing jeans and a white top with the Bradley Mesh Silver and a brownish floral scarf. There are yachts in the background.
A woman walking on a wooden boardwalk with a guide dog. She is holding the leather guide dog harness in her left hand. She is wearing jeans and a white top with the Bradley Mesh Silver and a brownish floral scarf. There are yachts in the background.
4) A way to treat yourself.
A woman wearing the Bradley Canvas with her arm extended in front of her. Her finger is about to touch the face of the watch  to check the time. She has a gray sweater and thin copper rings on her fingers.
A woman wearing the Bradley Canvas with her arm extended in front of her. Her finger is about to touch the face of the watch to check the time. She has a gray sweater and thin copper rings on her fingers.
5) A way to put the finishing touch on your outfit.
A man wearing the Bradley Silver Mesh, a dark blazer, and a chambray button down. His left hand is on the lapel of his blazer.
A man wearing the Bradley Silver Mesh, a dark blazer, and a chambray button down. His left hand is on the lapel of his blazer.
6) A way to spice up your watch collection.
Three Bradley timepieces laying diagonally on top of a wooden surface. From left to right: Compass Gold, Canvas Aqua, and Canvas Crimson.
Three Bradley timepieces laying diagonally on top of a wooden surface. From left to right: Compass Gold, Canvas Aqua, and Canvas Crimson.
7) A way to give back. We support organizations that promote accessibility, independence, and confidence for people with vision impairments. Our contributions help train guide dogs and ensure quality education for blind children in East Africa.
A person holding the back of the Bradley x KBT special edition strap. The Kilimanjaro Blind Trust is embossed on the back of the leather strap. In the background, there is the other half of the orange leather strap and the packaging insert which features a person reading braille.
A person holding the back of the Bradley x KBT special edition strap. The Kilimanjaro Blind Trust is embossed on the back of the leather strap. In the background, there is the other half of the orange leather strap and the packaging insert which features a person reading braille.
8) A way to keep tabs on a business meeting. Discretely feel the time under the conference room table.
Two people sitting at a glass table in a conference room. The man in the background is writing notes. The woman in the foreground is stealthily feeling the time on her Bradley Compass Gold under the table.
Two people sitting at a glass table in a conference room. The man in the background is writing notes. The woman in the foreground is stealthily feeling the time on her Bradley Compass Gold under the table.
9) A way to tell time if you have a vision impairment. Because the Bradley doesn’t require sight to tell time, our watch is accessible for our friends and family with vision impairments.
A man wearing the Bradley Black on his left hand and holding a white cane in his right hand. He is holding onto a metal railing that overlooks a river.
A man wearing the Bradley Black on his left hand and holding a white cane in his right hand. He is holding onto a metal railing that overlooks a river.
10) A way to break the ice at a party. The Bradley is a proven conversation-starter!
Two people talking at a party. The man on the left is wearing a blue plaid button down and the Bradley Mesh Silver on his right hand and is pointing to it as if talking about the watch. The woman on the right is wearing a colorful scarf and is holding a glass of white wine.
Two people talking at a party. The man on the left is wearing a blue plaid button down and the Bradley Mesh Silver on his right hand and is pointing to it as if talking about the watch. The woman on the right is wearing a colorful scarf and is holding a glass of white wine.
11) A way to surprise a friend or loved one.
An overhead view of a person touching the face of the Bradley Mesh Silver on a surface. Next to the watch is a red bow and the Bradley packaging with wrapping paper near it.
An overhead view of a person touching the face of the Bradley Mesh Silver on a surface. Next to the watch is a red bow and the Bradley packaging with wrapping paper near it.
12) A way to share a story about a person who’s breaking stereotypes. We named the Bradley after former naval officer and Paralympic gold medalist Brad Snyder, who became blind while serving as a bomb diffuser in Afghanistan. We chose Brad as our spokesperson because of his dedication to breaking down barriers for people who are blind — speaking out against stereotypes and proving that the obstacles of living with a disability come from social inequality and not from disability itself.
Brad Snyder is shown from the chest up, against a black background. He is shirtless and is wearing swimming goggles on his forehead. He stands defiantly, with a large tattoo over his heart and tattoos covering his left arm.
Brad Snyder is shown from the chest up, against a black background. He is shirtless and is wearing swimming goggles on his forehead. He stands defiantly, with a large tattoo over his heart and tattoos covering his left arm.
13) A way to stealthily check the time with in-laws. Is it getting late? Tell time by touch on the down-low.
A close-up of a person touching the face of their Bradley Canvas timepiece underneath a dining table.
A close-up of a person touching the face of their Bradley Canvas timepiece underneath a dining table.
14) A way to be a good neighbor in a movie theatre. If you need to check the time, the Bradley won’t kill the mood with a bright light.
A box of popcorn, the Bradley Voyager, and a box of Buncha Crunch candy on a white background. The popcorn box is red and white striped and is on its side, with the popcorn is spilling out.
A box of popcorn, the Bradley Voyager, and a box of Buncha Crunch candy on a white background. The popcorn box is red and white striped and is on its side, with the popcorn is spilling out.
15) A way to think outside the box. Our innovative design has won international awards. The Bradley is unlike any timepiece you’ve ever seen — or felt.

 

 

 

A person with their hand outstretched with a Bradley Voyager floating above their hand. There is a sidewalk and a road with parked cars in the background.
A person with their hand outstretched with a Bradley Voyager floating above their hand. There is a sidewalk and a road with parked cars in the background.