Finally, a watch that tells time in binary! But don’t worry, the Tokyoflash Kisai Logo also tells time in standard easily readable numbers for the 99.999% of us who don’t know binary (or even know what it is exactly). To tell the time in non-binary mode, as shown above, just read the number in the middle- that’s your minutes- while a square rotates around the LCD display just like an analog clock in the hours position. So that’s 9:06 above.
That one is showing 5:49. You’ll note that the minutes in the middle look like a jumbled logo at first glance but are actually easy to read if you know what you’re looking for. Now if you want to switch it to binary things get a little more complicated:
That says 11:54, of course. Simple math, my geeky friends (clickthrough below if you want a basic graphic showing how to read the binary numbers). Basic stuff, it’s just 1’s and 0’s. NOT! Well you can have it your way. Comes in black, blue, or white; water resistant, unisex design. Nice one.
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