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Custom Binary LED Watch is Bright, Bulky

by Alisha K.
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You could easily buy your own binary clock or watch, but is that really in the spirit of such a timepiece? One could easily argue that a purchased binary watch just isn’t quite geeky enough. If you want to show your real geek cred, you’ve got to bust out some tools and make your own.

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Ari’s hulking watch began life as a simple binary pocket watch, but at the urgings of the BenHeck.com forum community, he turned it into a wrist watch–something he had considered from the beginning. Not many watches are attached to a huge battery pack, but that’s okay. It’s one of the modern equivalents of the pocket protector, only heavier and more awesome.

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Eventually, the watch will even have a USB charging cable, to keep it juiced in the only acceptable way.

[via BenHeck.com forums]

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