If you're bored of telling time in the usual ways, you might like this Nightmare Watch from Fractalspin. Not only are there no numbers on this watch, there are no hands either. The hour hand is represented by a large inner, red LED dot, and the minute hand by a smaller outer dot. Made of stainless steel, with a rubber wrist band, the Lightmare Watch sells for $165.
Love this watch. They used to have it in all blue LEDs which i like much more. In a perfect world, i would take this watch face (with the blue LEDs, of course) with the body of that Nooka Zub Zot (in white or gray) i posted. haha,... Love this watch. They used to have it in all blue LEDs which i like much more. In a perfect world, i would take this watch face (with the blue LEDs, of course) with the body of that Nooka Zub Zot (in white or gray) i posted. haha, I'm sure that was helpful to any of you interested in this particular watch though. Back to the subject at hand, it's available in two eye-catching color combinations; IP black case with black leather strap and multi colored lights or IP silver case with mottled leather strap and multi colored lights, Kyokusen is one of the most impressive and popular designs from the Tokyoflash design studio. Using cutting edge digital tube technology the display is noticeably brighter than typical LED watches and is viewable from a much wider angle. The name Kyokusen which means curved line in Japanese was inspired from the shape of the main display. Each lit segment of the curve indicates one hour and the circular array of lights represent the minutes, the outer circle showing time progression in groups of five minutes, the inner circle showing single minutes one to four. A single push of the upper button initiates a brief animation of lights before the time is displayed, pushing the lower button displays the time immediately. Very cool but i reeeeeally wish they would bring the blue LEDs back and do a more up-to-date design for the body. A boy can only hope. :-/ p&L
This watch is definitely for style and show. I have this one, and I did not use this to tell time one bit (I used my phone instead). It's a looker for sure, and serves as a good light show!
So clean. I cannot imagine a more perfect specimen in the world of zen alarm clocks. Beech wood instead of plastic, so it fits in with decor while performing it's daily task of reminding me I have a job to get to.