EONE, a brand from the United States, launched the "Tactile Watch" in 2012, breaking the law that a watch must be "visible", allowing people to read the time by touching the steel ball on the dial. The origin of the watch originated from Bradley Snyder, a resolute US Navy officer. He was unfortunately attacked while on duty in Afghanistan in 2011, resulting in blindness in both eyes. However, with an open-minded personality, he quickly cleared up his mood. At the Paralympic Games in London the following year, Bradley immediately won two golds and one silver for the United States. This amazing spirit of perseverance led the founder of Eone to name the "tactile watch" after Bradley.