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Click Wall Switch Watch Flips Time on and off

by Range
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For a watch to look cool and modern, it doesn’t need to be complicated. Although this watch looks like one of those complex Japanese digital watches, it’s not. You just flip its the wall switch face and it lights up to tell you what time it is.

click wall switch watch led light simple red

The Click Wall Switch Watch activates when you press on its face and switch on the LED display. It’s a very simple design that makes telling the time very straightforward. The nice, retro LED display reminds me of an old calculator but it can even tell the date thanks to the third position of the switch. There are some animations as well.

click wall switch watch led light simple red

You can pretend that you switch time off and on, but you can buy the watch for $99.99(USD) from ThinkGeek or Watchismo in black, blue, red or silver.

click wall switch watch led light simple red

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