An LED watch that tells time by arcing to the hand positions.Designed by Subsystems in United States of America
You know I am geeky. And you know I love wearables. So here is another watch from me. This watch tells time by cycling over to the hour, pausing, then cycling to the minute. It then flashes the num...Read More…
You know I am geeky. And you know I love wearables. So here is another watch from me. This watch tells time by cycling over to the hour, pausing, then cycling to the minute. It then flashes the number of minutes past the major minute mark. No Bluetooth, no pulse measurements, no weather reports. But I guarantee nobody will be tracking you through this timepiece.
The watch comes fully assembled and includes a battery and a nylon NATO-style band (colors vary).
To tell the time:
Press the button. The Leds will arc around counter-clockwise and land on the current hour mark. It will delay a few seconds and then it will arc around clockwise to the major minute mark. If there are any minutes past the major mark, they will then flash that number.
Example: It is 2:37. The Leds will cycle around and light the 2 mark and wait a few seconds. Then the watch will cycle clockwise to the number 7 on the watch (35 minutes) and then flash twice to show you are 2 minutes past the 35, or 37.
The ordinal marks (3, 6, 9, 12) are green LEDs and the others are red.
Watch the video to see the watch in action.
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