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LED Wristwatch Looks Cool, Impossible to Read

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TokyoFlash Japan can always be relied upon for the latest in funky digital timepieces, and the new JLr7 LED Abstract Watch is no exception.

TokyoFlash JLr7 LED Wrist Watch

The JLr7 (which gets its name from the top row of LEDs on the watch) displays a series “L”-shaped LED (either in green or blue) segments which reveal the current time in a sufficiently difficult to read way that you’ll need to refer to the diagram below to have any hope of figuring out what time it is.

JLr7 LED Watch Diagram

My favorite feature: “Between 6pm & Midnight the watch animates automatically every 15 mins to give the effect that it is malfunctioning.”

Perfect for those who want to make a statement (the statement being “I don’t really care what time it is,”) the JLr7 is available from TokyoFlash for about $85 bucks.