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Storm Cosmo LED Watch: Who Says Only the Japanese Can Make Geeky Watches?

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Usually when we’re talking about cool and cryptic modern digital watches, we turn to the guys over at Tokyoflash. But this time, we’ve got a sleek modern design, with a perfectly geeky display from London’s STORM.


The new STORM Cosmo is a special edition, with a multi-color LED time display that works as follows: the left column tells hours and months, and the right shows the minutes and day of the month. I’ve stared at the display a few times, and so far am still a little confused, but isn’t that the whole reason you buy a watch like this – so your friends can say: “Cool watch. How the hell do you tell time with it?” and you can reply: “It’s my little secret.”


The COSMO is built from a stainless steel case, is water-resistant to 50-meters, and comes in silver, white or black enameled styles. You can pre-order one from the next production batch (hopefully in time for the holidays) over at STORM’s website for $250 (USD).