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Analog Watch Really Wants to Be Digital

by Paul Strauss
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If you know me, you know I like cool watches. In fact, I have way too many of them, since I keep seeing ones I like. And while this wouldn’t be the first time that I’ve seen a watch which can’t decide whether it wants to be analog or digital, it’s clear which side has won out this time.

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The Digital Destruction Watch looks like a traditional analog watch on its face, but it’s been busted wide open to reveal a digital display underneath. You’ll also notice a couple of busted hands circling around its perimeter, ensuring that its analog side will never work again. The display is set into a black stainless steel case, with a leather wristband.

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Keep in mind that the LCD tells time in 24-hour military format, and it’s not clear if it can do 12-hour format. But if you’re ready to say goodbye to analog and hello to digital, you can get the Digital Destruction Watch over at Gadgets & Gear for $140(USD).

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