This unique timepiece utilizes LED light sequences to signal the time and date. Three LED arcs indicate the hour, the minutes in the tenth place, and the minutes in the hundreth place, and an AM/PM indicator in the bottom right-hand corner displays day/night. For example, 11:57am will show an 11 in the first arc, a 50 in the second arc, and a 7 in the third arc. The watch will also display the date, if you tap the top side button a second time. The first arc indicates the month, the second shows the day in multiples of ten, and the third will show the specific day within the multiple of ten. For example, the 15th of December will show a 12 in the first arc, a 10 in the second arc, and a 5 in the third arc. Use the second button to cycle through resetting options. To view the time or date, just press the top side button and watch as the lights leap into position. The wrist strap is flexible, made of smooth white rubber. The watch makes a great quriky gift, and exudes a contemporary aesthetic, mixed with some 80's sci-fi flair.
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