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Tokyoflash Oberon Ss LED Watch Gets the Blues

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The latest funky electronic timepiece to surface from watch importer TokyoFlash – the Oberon SS is a real stunner. Not only does the watch feature a new way to tell time, it looks damn good doing it.

oberon ss blue ledwatch

The Oberon SS tells time using a series of concentric bright blue LED rings. The outer ring indicates the current hour, the middle one tells single minutes, and the innermost one displays tens of minutes.

oberon ss blue watch

When the watch is in its default (off) state, its black mineral crystal front, looks like a black hole on your wrist, but with a push of the button, the display of blue lights come out of the pitch darkness to reveal the time. A second press displays the current date using the same ring of light metaphor. A gorgeous brushed stainless steel body and matching linked strap complete the look.

You can get your hands on the Oberon SS watch from TokyoFlash for about $159 USD.







Comments (5):

  1. paul says:

    I don’t get watches like this. I was looking for a digital watch, not unlike this one. But the stupid thing is that I can not allways press a button if I want to know the time. When I am biking, for instance. This makes watches like this one totally unusable, for me. Shame, but there you are…. Sometimes, function is /at least/ as important as looks…..

  2. jean-yves says:

    bonjour,
    avez vous toujours cette montre “Oberon Black Watch”, svp?
    merci.
    cordialement,

  3. Moschet says:

    Where can I buy this clock?

  4. ikwatches.net says:

    I like it, it is with unique design.

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